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Arbuckle Mountains Mountains Mountain Mountain Range Oklahoma Plains Fields Lake View Lakeside Lakeshore Lakeview Nature Oklahoma Nature This Is a view from a bridge on a lake in south-west Oklahoma. Nothing professional, I just though it look nice. Definatly deserved a share. Happy hunting everyone.
Turner Falls, at 77 feet (23 m), is locally considered Oklahoma's tallest waterfall, although its height matches one in Natural Falls State Park. The falls are located on Honey Creek in the Arbuckle Mountains in south central Oklahoma, 6 miles (9.7 km) south of Davis. Mazeppa Thomas Turner, a Scottish immigrant farmer who married Laura Johnson, a Chickasaw woman, settled in the area in 1878 and discovered the falls.The falls were named for him. Recreational use began in or before 1868. Today, the falls are part of Turner Falls Park, a city park operated by the city of Davis, Oklahoma. The Falls cascade into a natural swimming pool, one of two such pools within the park, and these are popular tourist destinations in the summer. The city of Davis acquired the park in 1919 and operated it until 1950. It then leased the facility to other interests until 1978, when it resumed control. The park covers 1,500 acres (6.1 km2), and also contains nature trails, caves and other interesting geological features. It also has a walk-in castle which was built in the 1930s. Mountain View On The Road Water_collection Check This Out Telescope Arbuckle Mountains View From Above EyeEm Gallery From My Point Of View Landscape
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Oklahoma designated redbud (Cercis canadensis) as the official state tree in 1937. The redbud tree's reddish-pink blossoms brighten the landscape throughout the state. Oklahoma Redbud Tree And Sky Arbuckle Mountains Mountain View Light-Play Color Photography Trees And Sky EyeEm Best Shots Light And Shadow