Shadow Shot Sunday -Out and About


This is a shady ramp down from a restaurant on the Arkansas River in Tulsa


At work we had a little maintenance work going on. The cherry picker was in the sunlight for a little bit.


One day at lunch I went geocaching at a park at the Tulsa suburb of Sand Springs. It had been a while since I had been there (several years actually) and they had some cool sculptures cut out of sheets of steel. I love stuff like this.


An another from the “sunny side”.

I’m linking with Shadow Shot Sunday

13 thoughts on “Shadow Shot Sunday -Out and About

  1. Magical Mystical Teacher

    Who could resist walking across a shadow footbridge? Thanks for joining the fun at Shadow Shot Sunday!

  2. Hootin' Anni

    Enjoyed the shaded footbridge and the cherry picker[we call them the same, but is there a ‘real’ name for those machines I wonder?] And the steel sheet cutouts are simply super!!

  3. Cathy Kennedy


    Congrats to you and Heather on years anniversary! Celebrating these special occasions in style is the way to go, too. We used to ride our bikes around Cades Cove in the Smoky’s. It’s an 11-mile loop road through what was a farming/logging community nestled in the valley. It’s a beautiful place. I really miss doing this but it’s so darn hard to load our bikes on top of our car. One day, we need to get a pickup so we can put our bikes in the bed to haul them to the mountains.

    Your kitty is a cutie! Here’s to the newest family member. Thanks for visiting. Have a gr8 week!

    1. Cathy Kennedy

      Oopsy, Alan! I haven’t a clue how this comment ended up on the wrong post. I meant for it to be on your SWF contribution. *slap forehead* Anyhow, this photo session is really cool. I was going to leave a comment on it, too. I wish we had something like this in town. So neat-o!

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