8/9/09

Scenic Sunday

Taken in the Cheyenne Valley en route to Enid. This naturally hewn 'Indians Head' is a popular local sight to spot from the highway. It is all the more dramatic, thanks to the famous red dirt with it's layers of quartz found in this area.

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10 comments:

Tricia said...

WoooW! Amazing shot!

Happy Scenic Sunday!

Winifred said...

Looks like two silhouettes one on top of the other. Really dramatic shot. Love those layers.

Eternally Distracted said...

Fabulous picture - I definitely want to join in on the scenic Sunday posts but will wait until I come back from Holiday :0)

LadyFi said...

Very dramatic! Love it.

Daryl said...

Well captured

Sherri said...

I LOVE this picture!! How beautiful!! I love the quartz "stripes" through the red rock, just gorgeous!

Star said...

yes, when I double-clicked on the picture, it became a whole lot clearer. Isn't the rock a gorgeous colour! Amazing scenery you have in your locality.
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Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Nice shot. I have only been that once or twice.

Nancy said...

Beautiful.

Lynn said...

That is amazing. Oklahoma is such a diverse state.