Memories of Summer: Oklahoma Tall Grass Prairie Sunrise


A blast  of Winter came to Colorado over the last few days; snow, cold and wind. Now I actually like cold and snowy weather; it can provide  beautiful and challenging photography, but my senses  were still accustomed to the wonderful  warm days of Indian Summer in Colorado that were present just days before the storm . This morning, as I scraped the ice off my truck in 16 degree temps, my mind wandered back to my summer excursions, particular to a trip I made in July to Oklahoma when the temperatures went over 100 degrees. On one day I spent a wonderful morning at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in the Osage Hills of Northern Oklahoma and was able to capture a great sunrise. Conditions were perfect with incredible verdant green grass and wonderful clouds in the sky that lit up as the sun hit the horizon. Viewing it certainly warms me up and brings back wonderful memories. Isn’t that why we all make photographs?

Oklahoma Tallgrass Prairie Sunrise

Sunrise on the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, Oklahoma

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3 responses to “Memories of Summer: Oklahoma Tall Grass Prairie Sunrise

  1. Wow, I can almost smell the grass and feel the breeze – beautiful!

  2. Hey Stephen

    I love the feel of the grass in the very foreground here .. very inviting.

    I can’t even remember the summer. 🙂

    Cheers

    Carl

  3. That view is just spectactular.

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