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Every twist and turn of the Talimena National Scenic Byway in southeastern Oklahoma offers travelers a new vantage point over miles and miles of forested ridges and valleys.
Springtime brings a color explosion as wildflowers bloom throughout Oklahoma creating picture perfect scenery.
A stunning field of Indian Paintbrush wildflowers creates gorgeous scenery under a vast blue sky near Boynton in eastern Oklahoma.
Oklahoma's backways and byways offer picturesque scenery.
Visitors are treated to a brilliant array of autumn colors at the Ouachita National Forest along the Talimena National Scenic Byway.
The Talimena National Scenic Byway in southeast Oklahoma beckons travelers around bend after bend through the mountainous Ouachita National Forest, which is arrayed in glorious hues each autumn.
The Talimena National Scenic Byway in southeastern Oklahoma winds its way across the spine of an ancient mountain range and through the Ouachita National Forest.
The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge and Medicine Park in southwest Oklahoma are popular scenic areas for motorcycle enthusiasts to enjoy the great outdoors and wonderful, curving stretches of uncrowded road.
A weathered pine stands atop Mount Scott in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Lawton.  Visitors can drive to the top of Mount Scott and enjoy 360-degree panoramic vistas over the area.
The Old Maid rock formation along State Highway 325 near Kenton is a can't miss photo-op located on the property owned by Hoot Owl Ranch.
The rugged landscape of the Oklahoma panhandle is dotted with mesas near Kenton and Black Mesa State Park.  State Highway 325 offers scenic vistas throughout this area.
Scenic State Highway 325 in the Oklahoma panhandle reveals rugged buttes and mesas around one turn, and then flat grasslands as far as the eye can see around the next bend.
This photo op marks the spot along State Highway 325 near Kenton where the world's largest Apatosaurus skeleton was unearthed on the Hitching Post Guest Ranch.  The skeleton is on display at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History in Norman.
Historical markers along State Highway 325 show the point at which the historic Santa Fe Trail crossed the Oklahoma panhandle.  Trail ruts can still be seen in the grasslands of Cimarron County near Black Mesa State Park.
Scenic State Highway 325 in the Oklahoma panhandle reveals the rugged landscape of the Black Mesa area near Kenton.  Black Mesa is adjacent to the state borders with Colorado and New Mexico and is the highest point in the state at 4,973 feet.
A beaver lodge in a pond as seen from Highway 9 just west of the town of Pink.
A beautiful November view along Highway 259 in southeastern Oklahoma.
Horses greet each other on a cool fall day along a scenic section of Highway 43 in northeastern Oklahoma.  Oklahoma's Western heritage ties the state closely to the horse.
Golden waves of wheat are captured basking in mid-May sunlight during a scenic drive along 48th Street in Norman, showing why Oklahoma is known for wide open spaces and rich farmlands.
From the scenic turnout on I-35 just south of Turner Falls near Davis, you can take in breathtaking views from on top of the ancient Arbuckle Mountains.
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