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Angel Fire, Taos, New Mexico Landscape Photos, Pictures, Images

Angel Fire, Taos, New Mexico Landscape Photos, Pictures, Images

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year everyone! Here is a recent New Mexico landscape photo I just photographed while driving up to Taos and Angel Fire. I did a little snowboarding and it was exceptionally warm. It felt warmer than today than North Texas.

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Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico

Taos New Mexico Landscape Photo

Taos New Mexico Landscape Photo

Scenic Images of Oklahoma

Scenic Images, Photos, & Pictures of Oklahoma Landscape

Located just 2.5 hours drive from DFW and minutes away from Lawton, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, which some considered one of the most scenic landscape in Oklahoma, offers a vast amount of incredible scenery with lots of small lakes, abundant amount of wildlife, and granite mountain views. The refuge’s rugged landscape has miles of picturesque hiking trails and is home to free range buffalo, Texas Longhorn cattle, elk, deers, and coyotes.

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Here are some of the photos taken a few days at Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Lawton, Oklahoma:

One of the many small lakes at Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge:
A Little Heaven - Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, OK

Beautiful clouds rolled through and lit the greenery:
Road Less Taken By - Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, OK

Rugged mountains of the refuge:
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Lots of recent rain and shower helped green up the Oklahoma landscape:
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A lonesome Texas Longhorn going for a hike:
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Bluebonnets in Big Bend National Park

Bluebonnets in Big Bend National Park

Rumored has it that the bluebonnets are blooming in the Big Bend area. I am excited that Spring is just around the corner and to see our state flower blooming throughout the region. The bluebonnets in the Big Bend area are much bigger in height and can grow up to 3′-4′ high. The wildflowers in the Trans-Pecos area of Big Bend are not quite as dense as the other regions in Texas, but still are gorgeous to see thriving among the mountains.

This bluebonnet photo was photographed in Big Bend National Park on 3/30/13.

Spring in Big Bend – Big Bend National Park, Texas
Big Bend National Park Bluebonnets Picture

Photos of Big Bend National Park

Photos of Big Bend National Park

Dubbed as Texas treasure, Big Bend National Park makes it to the top ten hidden gem in America by Country Magazine. It’s by far one of the hardest places to reach, but if you want to enjoy nature and breathtaking scenery while avoiding the crowds, Big Bend National Park is the place.

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Photo of Big Bend National Park

Images of Big Bend National Park

Images of Big Bend National Park

Big Bend National Park, where you can explore one of the last remaining wild corners of the United States. From the forests and mountains of Chisos to the vast desert, massive canyons and ever changing river of the Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River, Big Bend National Park has it all.

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Images of Big Bend National Park in West Texas

Arkansas Landscape Picture

Arkansas Landscape Picture

I have wonderful news to share!!! My photo “Autumn’s Fireworks” won the Grand Prize for Aperture Academy Extraordinary Exposures photography contest. I am really happy to win this one as this photoraphy contest is not based on voting, but on a panel of judges!!

This was shot at the peak of the fall colors in Flatside Pinnacle in Ouachita National Forest in Arkansas. Read my other post about Arkansas landscape and fall colors.

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Autumn’s Firework – Flatside Pinnacle, Ouachita National Forest, Arkansas
Arkansas Landscape Photography