The caddo maple is native to this area and is the iconic tree of the park.

Autumn In Western Oklahoma

Fall scenes from Boiling Springs State Park, Fort Supply Lake area, Red Rock Canyon State Park, and Roman Nose State Park. These images were made from October 30 through November 11, 2013 and are presented in chronological order.

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Smooth sumac near Ft. Supply Lake
Smooth sumac near Ft. Supply Lake
This and the following four photos are from Boiling Springs State Park.
This and the following three photos are from Boiling Springs State Park.

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North Canadian River
North Canadian River

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This and the following five photos were made in Red Rock Canyon State Park. Part of the red sandstone canyon walls can be seen in the background of several of these photos.
This and the following five photos were made in Red Rock Canyon State Park. Part of the red sandstone canyon walls can be seen in the background of several of these photos.

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The caddo maple is native to this area and is the iconic tree of the park.
The caddo maple is native to this area and is the iconic tree of the park.
The caddo maple is spectacular in the autumn and displays various hues of yellow, orange and red.
The caddo maple is spectacular in the autumn and displays various hues of yellow, orange and red.

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Osage-orange leaves photographed in Boiling Springs State Park.
Osage-orange leaves photographed in Boiling Springs State Park.
Cottonwood and oak trees photographed near Ft. Supply Lake.
Cottonwood and oak trees photographed near Ft. Supply Lake.
The clear spring-fed waters of Bitter Creek flow through Roman Nose State Park.
The clear, spring-fed waters of Bitter Creek flow through Roman Nose State Park.
Oak leaves swirl though a stream in Boiling Springs State Park.
Oak leaves swirl though a stream in Boiling Springs State Park.

One thought on “Autumn In Western Oklahoma”

  1. Larry,
    Enjoy looking through the images of your area and Oklahoma. You really have some dynamic Oklahoma Pics-especially the snow! Thank you for posting.

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