A shadowy shelter survived a prescribed burn on Turkey Mountain.
Tag Archives: Shadow Shot Sunday
Shadowy Shots at Home and on the Trail
Our tiny five pound plus Pomeranian puppy Kodi gets lost in the shadows sometimes.
Fresh blooming Mexican Plum stands out from the shadows at Tulsa’s Oxley Nature Center
Shadows casting across a trail sign at Oxley.
Because of our dry spell, trees are casting shadows instead of reflections across a dusty dry lake bed.
I”m late but I’m still linking with Shadow Shot Sunday 2.
Shadowy Washington Irving
191 years ago Washington Irving camped on the bank of the Arkansas River south of what is now Tulsa. There is now a an eponymous park on the river commemorating his stop.
He was resting in the sun when we checked on him.
The nearby Harmony Bridge has lots of fun things including this musical instrument.
I played a tune, just for you. (Never had a lesson!!)
I am linking with Shadow Shot Sunday.
Shadow Shot Sunday
Palmettos among the shadows at A Gathering Place for Tulsa
At a nearby construction site, idled construction equipment is resting during the weekend.
Going to the gym one morning, these shadows greeted me.
I’m linking with Shadow Shot Sunday 2
Shadowy Bollards along the River
The concrete bollards cast shadows along the Arkansas River in Tulsa one recent frosty morning.
Linking with Shadow Shot Sunday 2
Early one chilly morning recently at a YMCA. Reflections of Shadows.
Shadow Shot Sunday – On the Trail
On Tulsa’s Turkey Mountain, a bright sun also means dark shadows.
Fall Colors with Shadowy Sunlight
Shadows, Sunlight, Fall Color, all at once, seen on a hike on Tulsa’s Turkey Mountain on a cold Sunday morning hike.
Linking with Shadow Shot Sunday 2, Lots of fun there.
Bicycling in the Shadows
Son, Logan, exploring the shadowy trails of Gulf State Park in Orange Beach, Alabama.
Shadow Shot Sunday – Vernon AME Church
A brick screen casts shadows at the historic Vernon A.M.E. Church in the Greenwood District of Tulsa.