The Oklahoma Panhandle was dubbed “No Man’s Land” in the late 1800’s because no state or territory claimed the land until it became part of Oklahoma Territory in 1890. The eastern end of the panhandled in dominated by irrigation farming and huge crop circles, while the drier western end it more dedicated to ranching. Most […]
My first cover shoot for Oklahoma Living Magazine came out in September 2012. I was sent to Tahlequah, Oklahoma to get this photograph of Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief Joe Crittenden. This was early August and the outside temperatures was around 104 degrees. The brief was to photograph Joe as a modern day business person with […]
I went to the State Fair of Oklahoma with my wife in mid September and practiced with my then new Olympus OMD EM5 camera. It is going to make a great carry around street camera.
My family went on our annual dual sport dirt bike ride in the mountains of SE Oklahoma. This photo was captured on my Olympus OMD EM5. I love this small, portable camera with high quality prime interchangeable lenses and full manual controls. It is small enough to carry even on my dirt bike yet with […]
Love grass is considered a weed by many farmers, but to Loren and Steve Pollard, it is a small but important part of their diversified agriculture operations. Most farmers try to eradicate love grass from their fields. This tall grass is native to the prairie states. Yet unlike the native buffalo herds who thrive on […]