This photo was made at the Bromide Hill overlook in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Oklahoma, United States. According to the National Park Service, https://www.nps.gov/chic/learn/historyculture/bromide-hill.htm retrieved November 2, 2018

This nearly vertical wooded bluff rises 140 feet above its base along Rock Creek. Along its top is found one of the most obvious ecotones in the area, where a growth of dense oak, ash and elm vanishes and short grass and prickly-pear cactus become predominat. One can see for several miles in all directions from the Bromide Overlook, a vantage point from which the various natural landscapes of the park can be seen from a different perspective, as well as the Arbuckle Mountains and the Washita River valley on the southwest. Local legend holds that this location was once used by early-day outlaws, hence it is also known as Robbers' Roost.
Bromide Hill overlook in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area
Camera Model NameCanon EOS 80D
ArtistJohn Moyer.3000 Ginger Dr..Norman, OK 73026, USA
F Number11.0
Shutter Speed Value1/99
Focal Length70.0 mm
Focus Distance Upper12.61 m
Focus Distance Lower9.36 m
Lens IDCanon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM

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