Lakeside Tree


These trees are in the town of Clinton of Custer County in western Oklahoma. If you’ve ever been to Custer County you might think that trees are so few that might be illegal. The land is dominating by large expanses of wheat and grazing land and there are no forests. Trees are confined to draws and gullys and in parks along lakes and such. So sometimes fence rows. So when you find a big expansive tree like this you take notice.

I’m linking with NF: Trees N Bushes

4 thoughts on “Lakeside Tree

  1. sylviakirk

    A terrific capture and it did take my breath away! Wonderful composition!! Hope your week is going well!!

  2. Driller's Place

    There is a lot of land west of Oklahoma City that looks like this. The trees look like unwelcome guests rather than native plants. Most trees that do exist in this area have a distinct southwest to northeast lean because of the constant wind. Wheat country indeed. All you can see for miles and miles, is more miles and miles.

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