Above: Julie Monigold Roberds’ photo of the Lake Okmulgee Spillway The sun, low in the November sky, illuminates the yellow leaves of an overhanging tree; I duck beneath it, hopping from boulder to boulder on the shore of Lake Okmulgee. The water sparkles with late afternoon reflections but I’m attracted more by the huge limestoneContinue reading “Okmulgee Lake Rising: A Pilgrimage”
Images from a few days at Beaver Lake in northwest Arkansas, late October, 2016.
The dogwoods are in bloom; the redbuds are still flowering; and wildflowers are beginning to dot the landscape in violets and yellows as things green up in the Ozark Mountains of northwest Arkansas. Bill and I spent the last couple of days with my parents, Jane and Jack Morgan, at their home on Beaver LakeContinue reading “Spring Hiking in the Ozarks”
A few shots from my early morning walk. There was a thick fog in the river bottom but I didn’t get to the neighborhood pond in time to catch much of it. Nevertheless, the light was lovely.
We spent the Fourth of July weekend at Beaver Lake, and were blessed with a photogenic sunrise on the cove.