Good morning everyone! I’m back with some classic November images from visits over the years to Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. The fall scenery there is always gorgeous. Let me share a few shots and stories behind them.
The first image shows a heavy layer of fog hovering above Sally Jones Lake, taken from the Sally Jones Causeway early one morning. While the dense fog created an eerie yet serene scene, the lake itself was visible below the fog layer, with the wooded hill in the background. I love the muted tones and the stillness of the moment.
For the second shot, I was driving along the auto tour road by the Lower Scarborough area when I spotted a beaver lodge off in the distance through the fog. I captured the large dome-shaped structure with late fall foliage in the background. Beaver lodges are where beaver families live, and it was neat to see one from afar.
My last shot is from the Sandtown area, looking across the Arkansas River. I stood in the parking lot and photographed a colorful wooded hill with fresh fall leaves. The river flowing by in the foreground.
I always enjoy photographing the fall scenery at Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge, no matter what year I visit. The colors and landscapes this time of year are just spectacular. I hope you enjoyed these classic November scenes from over the years! Let me know which image you liked best. Until next time, happy shooting!