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Roman Nose and Little Sahara

 
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Oct 27, 2012 23:19 |  #1

Roman Nose State Park in NW Oklahoma is named after Cheyene chief Henry Roman Nose who was given the land that is today the park at the end of the Indian wars. He lived there until his death in the early 20th century. This creek is in a really nice wooded area.

Little Sahara is a large area of sand dunes near the Cimarron River in NW Oklahoma.

The Oklahoma landscape is very diverse with everything except high alpine and coastal areas. I enjoy sharing it with others. Comments welcome.


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Oct 28, 2012 05:17 |  #2

Loving the second shot comp etc is spot on


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Oct 28, 2012 08:31 |  #3

I like them all. The first shot looks so clear and the color looks great. Thank you


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Oct 28, 2012 10:05 |  #4

like them both, really like #2




  
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