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Jason Pawley added this "Cultivation" mural to a Bricktown, Oklahoma City underpass in 2015.
Bald eagles take up residence in Oklahoma during the winter months and can be viewed November through February near most large bodies of water.  Eagle watch events occur across the state to help visitors spot them.
Cain's Ballroom, a famous and historic music venure located in the heart of downtown Tulsa, is reportedly haunted by the ghost of Bob Wills and a mysterious "lady in red" that makes her presence known to patrons.
The Southwest Street Rod Nationals in Oklahoma City brings together almost 2,000 custom street rods each spring for a weekend full of events including auto shows and exhibits, a street rod parade, swap meet, vendor booths and children's activities.
The founder of Marshall Brewing Company, Eric Marshall, holds up one of his most acclaimed beers.
Duncan Convention & Visitors Bureau commissioned Palmer Studios to create this "Rhythm & Routes" mural, featuring Hoyt Axton, Mae Boren-Axton and Elvis Presley.
A buffalo and her curly-haired calf were spotted grazing at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in Pawhuska.  The preserve is home to free-ranging herds of American Bison which are often spotted from the roads that run through the preserve.
This lighthouse stands in the East Wharf area of Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City amidst walking and bicycle trails and several lakeside restaurants.
Enjoy the outdoors at Boiling Springs State Park in northwest Oklahoma.
The historical downtown district of Pauls Valley features brick roads and turn-of-the-century architecture with updated streetscapes and charming shopping opportunities.
S&B's Burger Joint offers four locations in the Oklahoma City metro area with unique hamburger creations and smothered fries of every imaginable sort including sweet potato fries covered in marshmallow cream, dried cranberries and chopped pecans.
Original works of art are displayed by dozens of artists from across the region during the May Fair Arts Festival in Norman each spring.  In addition to visual art, the festival also offers live entertainment, tasty food and plenty of fun family activities.
Meers Store & Restaurant is a popular stop for motorcyclists traveling along the Wichita Mountains Scenic Byway.  Stop here and be rewarded with all-American burgers, barbecue and beer.
A neon sign welcomes visitors to historic Stockyard City near downtown Oklahoma City.  The area is the largest stocker/feeder cattle market in the world and is home to more than 70 businesses specializing in fine Western wear, rustic furniture, farm and ranch needs and dining.
Alva Mural Society commissioned local artists to paint a depiction of a historic 1878 scene, represented in this Battle of Turkey Springs Mural.
The beautiful Cedar Rock Inn at Redberry Farm in winter.
The annual Chocolate Festival in Norman has been ranked third among food festivals in the United States by the Food Network.
The luxury cabins at Eagle Creek Escape in Smithville are all about romance, seclusion and comfort.
Red PrimeSteak in downtown Oklahoma City is famous for its suspended tubes of red lighting, which bathe the restaurant in sultry red tones.
Fog envelops the Wichita Mountains on a cold winter morning.
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