OKLAHOMA PHOTOS

This gallery of Oklahoma photos will immerse you in the state's rich visual experience. With over a thousand Oklahoma photos, you'll find images of everything from rugged landscapes and iconic buffalo herds to top tourist attractions and the soaring skylines of Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Click on any thumbnail to launch the photo viewer and browse beautiful Oklahoma photos. Or, use the search bar at the bottom of the page to find pictures by category and search for photos by keywords.

An owl glides silently to the snowy ground while chasing winter prey near Medford.  Oklahoma's rich diversity of wildlife and particularly birds attracts visitors year round.
There's no shortage of menu options and famous barbecue sauce at Head Country BBQ Restaurant in Ponca City.
The Marland Mansion in Ponca City, once the home of oil baron E.W. Marland, is known as the "Palace on the Prairie."  Guests are invited to take a guided tour and learn the secrets of Marland family life in the palatial home.
Oklahoma Lt. Governor Todd Lamb and State Senator Bryce Marlatt visit Black Mesa State Park & Nature Preserve near Kenton in the far northwestern tip of the Oklahoma panhandle. Black Mesa is Oklahoma's highest point at 4,973 feet above sea level and is located at the point where Oklahoma, New Mexico and Colorado share borders.
Take a seat in the Poncan Theatre's upper balcony and try to catch a glimpse of the mysterious woman in white, the ghost of a woman that reportedly suffered an unfortunate death while in the theater.
A 1901 view of the Crescent School in Taloga. The photo was taken by John V. Dedrick and used as a postcard. It's now part of the Fred J. Acton Collection. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
An 1889 photo by John V. Dedrick of Minnie Chips, known as "The Cheyenne Indian Girl." Minnie was part of the Red Moon band. Photo taken in 1899 Taloga, Oklahoma Territory. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Sod house near Okeene after the Cheyenne/Arapaho land run in 1892. From left to right: Elizabeth Ann (n. Beeman) Kreps, Miss Mary White and George A. Kreps, 1892. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Four adults and six children pose outside a sod house in Taloga, Oklahoma Territory. Photo taken by John V. Dedrick. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Downtown Perry was a bustling hub in the early 1920s. The Kumback Lunch Restaurant along the strip still remains today. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The 1889 Kingfisher College football team poses for a picture. Photo courtesy of Mrs. Meir of Kingfisher and the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The 1906 Kingfisher College women's basketball team poses with the male coach. Photo courtesy of the Chisholm Trail Museum and the Oklahoma Historical Society.
A family near a sod house in Fairview. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Schoolchildren pose in front of the Beaver City School in Beaver. Jan. 13, 1905. Photo Courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Little Sahara State Park features over 1,600 acres of wind-sculpted sand dunes that draw dune buggy and ATV enthusiasts to this stunning terrain.
Little Sahara State Park in northwest Oklahoma offers picturesque vistas like this one on the edge of the dunes as well as 1,600 acres of ATV-ready dunes.
A golfer tees off at the Boiling Springs Golf Course in Woodward.  The course is adjacent to Boiling Springs State Park in northwest Oklahoma and is known for its signature hole #12 which is a 440-yard, par 4 hole.
Juvenile elk take a midday rest together at the Black Mesa Nature Preserve, which is operated in conjunction with Black Mesa State Park.  Black Mesa is the highest point in Oklahoma and is a unique area where the Rocky Mountains meet the shortgrass prairie.
Baby bighorn sheep are occasionally spotted by hikers at Black Mesa Nature Preserve, which is operated in conjunction with Black Mesa State Park in the far northwest corner of the Oklahoma panhandle.  Black Mesa is Oklahoma's highest point at 4,973 feet above sea level and features a journal at the summit for successful hikers to sign.
Imagine Parker Franklin's surprise when he unearthed this massive selenite crystal cluster at the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge.
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