Skywatch Friday – Trees and Skies

We are lucky here in northeast Oklahoma. Central and western Oklahoma had a devastating ice storm this past few days. Lots of trees and powerlines down. Our son is in a small college in that area and he is dealing with being out of power for the first time in his life. Here in Tulsa we just had cold rain. Lots of it!!

Before that happened though we had overcast skies. Sometimes you have to go with the sky you have. The tree above looks to me like dancing tree with lots of lacey arms.


Here’s another dancing tree. Not quite as extravagant as the first tree.


And here is just plain overcast sky in kind of a layer cake composition.

I’m still hanging out at the house with flooring contractors. They guys are really good and are such true craftsman but I am ready for them to go to their next job so we can start to put our house back together. Of course, next Monday we got painters coming!! Fun, fun, fun.

I hope that you have a great weekend. I am linking with Skywatch Friday.

15 thoughts on “Skywatch Friday – Trees and Skies

  1. Sallie

    I hope the storm is over where your son is …that’s got to be difficult for him. … Home remodeling is so much fun (when it’s over). Take care, be safe!

  2. A ShutterBug Explores

    Glad you didn’t get the storm ~ hope your son is doing well and lovely nature and sky shots ~
    Angel and I are cozy with wind ~ rain and snow on Cape Ann MA ~

    Live each moment with love,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  3. Candace Uhlmeyer

    I used to have some Oklahoma property in the Oachita mountains near McAlester. I’ve always regretted unloading it, and we’ve started looking for good spots to camp closer to Dallas than you folks are. I love the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, but am too old for tent camping, so we’ll be checking out state parks while we’re home for a spell. Anyway, love the tree shots. A series of one or two of those taken over the seasons might be a nice addition to your already solid tree portfolio! Thanks for sharing them.

  4. Barb

    Poor Logan! Not having power reminds us just how much we take it for granted! Ice is no fun – I’d rather have snow. I’m sure you’ll be happy when the remodel is over. We have workmen coming next week. Bob will deal with interactions. I’ll hide in the bedroom.

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