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    Deep Fork Wildlife Refuge, White Oak Area. Because nothing says wild life like the oil biz! Taken while kayaking near Okmulgee, Oklahoma.

    Jason B., Wade From Oklahoma, and 26 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Jason B. 83 months ago | reply

      I see the 'flood' tag, so I should assume this is not suppose to be in a river?

      Either way, nice shot, perfectly captured!

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    2. R-Rated Birdman 83 months ago | reply

      Interesting shot. Well, there's no oil slick so that's good news.

      Seen in my contact's excellent photostream
      Please post this beauty to:
      www.flickr.com/groups/24866905@N00/

    3. Wade From Oklahoma 83 months ago | reply

      Once upon a time, you used to be able to find these pump jacks on platforms in a couple of locations on Keystone Lake. Don't know if they're still out there though or not.

      Interesting find, very well done.

    4. (Gary) [deleted] 83 months ago | reply

      Very interesting photograph, water, oil, and electricity, what a great combination. lol

    5. FreeWine 83 months ago | reply

      @Jason B: It is in the flood plain, but not normally underwater, especially in late June. It has many herons and cranes and wading around and fishing. I much prefer flooding to it's normal look!

    6. EnvisionOGDEN/ Weber outDOORS @ characters welcome 83 months ago | reply

      Great place Joe! great shots of southern cracker life here!
      Ps White Oak, I thought that was da oooll biz! Careful thars, bob wahr in thet crick!

    7. LongInt57 83 months ago | reply

      I don't think that I've seen an oil donkey in a pond before. Good photo.

      Seen at El Paso Joe's Place

    8. amy_buthod 83 months ago | reply

      Great picture!

      Wildlife Refuges aren't always terribly pristine. :(

    9. liteworx [deleted] 83 months ago | reply

      A nice blend of the harhness of industry and the softness of nature

    10. Dawniex 83 months ago | reply

      Excellent photo - love the reflection : -)

    11. FreeWine 83 months ago | reply

      @LongInt57: Wow! I have never heard one called an 'oil donkey' before. Good name!

    12. altamons 83 months ago | reply

      Besides all that has been said, I love the green in the picture. So many shades and tones. Great!
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    13. ~Darin~ 83 months ago | reply

      That's just silly in my eyes... :P

    14. Phocion Timon 69 months ago | reply

      That is one small pump jack. Must be a very shallow well.

    15. buckdenton13 68 months ago | reply

      I used this photo in an article of mine:

      conservationreport.com/2008/09/23/nonrenewable-resource-5...
      www.conservationreport.com/

      I gave the necessary "Photo source for attribution" and other information.

      Thank you very much.

      Buck

    16. InkPencil 62 months ago | reply

      I've been looking for a picture that sort of blended summer and technology in Oklahoma, and this is so playful and perfect. Thank you for making it available as a creative commons photo. You can see how it was used here.

    17. Project_Last_Chance 61 months ago | reply

      Hello,

      I was looking for some inspiration/reference for a sequence on the animated movie I'm working on. This image summed it all up!!! Great stuff.

      Thanks,

      SAmi - projectlastchance.com

    18. Les_Stockton 57 months ago | reply

      This must be well off the road because I've been on that road nearby but never seen this.

    19. BodyEarth 49 months ago | reply

      Thank you very much for letting me use your wonderful photo in my blog post! I gave you credit.

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