Fiery Skies in Tulsa

We’ve had some pretty good sunsets in Tulsa lately. Late day weather helps with the clouds in the western sky. One evening I launched my drone and went up about 50 meters. Not much wind which is rare for Oklahoma.

Another day I was taking son somewhere and we had good skies so I was taking shots as I safely could while driving. This is from our house looking west.

And at our church a little later.

And the drive home.

Another day I had to get my car serviced. We live only 0.8 miles from the mechanic so if the weather is good I walk back home. So this is an early morning shot to the east. I have to confess that since I have retired I have not seen very many sunrises.

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22 thoughts on “Fiery Skies in Tulsa

  1. Pat

    Gorgeous sunset skies!

    We have also been seeing some fiery red sunsets and I’m wondering if it is from wildfire smoke in the atmosphere from the fires in Idaho and CA?

  2. Esha

    Loved each one of your fiery skies, Alan. The sunset sky seems to be on fire. What I loved most about them is how the contrast of the grey sky and the bright orange is so beautifully balanced.
    Happy Skywatch Friday and a great weekend to you.

  3. Natasha

    Absolutely stunning, Alan.

    I am totally blown away by these awe-inspiring skies.
    Skies like these are a beautiful reminder that there is a magician up there spinning some lovely spells for the well being of mankind. 🙂

  4. Alana

    I love the look of these photos. Were they manipulated? Lovely sunsets, but you really brought out their beauty, however you did it.

  5. Amy

    Looks like very stormy skies on your way home in the car, we drive on the left hand side of the road here so I’d feel a bit odd driving on the opposite side.

  6. Andree

    The shot from inside the car is just stunning/scary. Rivers of weather blowing over you. The colors are almost outrageous. We never get skies like that and if we did, I’d be in hiding. Take care.

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