Temple, Oklahoma

09 Aug


From my house to Wichita Mountains area, there are not many direct routes to get there. Much of the drive is on backroads. Sure there are some highways, but one must stop in a dozen or so little towns, each with a personality of their own. Temple appears to be a very tidy little agricultural town in Cotton county.

While on the corner to take this shot, another car was in front of us. A guy got out and took the same photos as I did only with his medium format camera. On to the next town, he stopped, got out and took a photo of a bell. I regret not asking him about his photo project.


Posted by on August 9, 2009 in Black and White, Oklahoma, Photography


2 responses to “Temple, Oklahoma

  1. Anna Surface

    August 10, 2009 at 7:16 am

    I enjoy photographing old town co-ops. This is really nice. I love traveling the back roads, and the back back roads visiting and photography small towns and a few houses and old buildings towns. 🙂

  2. Doug

    August 12, 2009 at 2:01 pm

    We all see things differently, or don’t see them at all. One advantage you have is the fact the much of what you see on your travels stands out and alone against the landscape. Everything here is squeezed together or surrounded by trees.

    Just makes a good find all that much better 🙂


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