Sun setting

 

I spent the day at Sequoyah State Park and Lodge in Hulbert, in northeastern Oklahoma (I won't bore you with reasons why unless asked, but will say it is a lot of driving for a 1 day trip).  This met me as I was leaving...not bad, huh?
I spent the day at Sequoyah State Park and Lodge in Hulbert, in northeastern Oklahoma (I won’t bore you with reasons why unless asked, but will say it is a lot of driving for a 1 day trip). This met me as I was leaving…not bad, huh?
The mirrored reflection reminded me of a painting...and I about fell in the lake  getting this photo due to sheer clumsiness....
With the actual sunset off to my left, the mirrored cloud reflection on the water (Fort Gibson Lake) reminded me of a painting…and I about fell in the lake getting this photo due to sheer clumsiness….
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17 thoughts on “Sun setting

    1. Thanks Fred. You know you’re a photographer when you’re slipping down a steep shoreline towards a seemingly certain dunking, and you’re more concerned in finding a soft grassy spot to toss your camera on the way down…hahaha

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  1. These are extraordinary, especially the first. You’ve outdone yourself.

    So, why the long drive? Any purpose other than shooting pictures at the lake?

    Again, I am impressed with that first shot. Print it & hang it on your wall.

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    1. Thank you Mona! I continue to experiment with the Canon G15 fancy point and shoot I got a couple weeks ago – I’m liking it more each day! I was up there giving a talk at a regional conference to a bunch of Parks folks…I found a few minutes of photo pleasure in a full day of business and hand shaking.

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    1. Oh geez Bec – I’m really not the photo-graphing type, but it would comical if someone were photo-ing me photo-ing whatever…a lot of times. Imagine if you will, me looking like my picture at the top right of the blog page, only with an expression of terror or “Oh Crap” during those photo-ing adventures that challenge my physical and mental wits. Thank heavens the camera is the talent between us, thus it always having priority over my own limbs and well being. Long live the Canon! :)

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