Oklahoma is the country of plains, prairies, semi-deserts, lakes and "red people", as the words "Okla" and "Humma" coming from the Indian language Choctaw indicate. A lot of the native American population is still living on the Oklahoma territory, as they had been resettled in the early 19th century from the other parts of the country. So you can enjoy not only the beautiful nature and wildlife photography but also many cultural landmarks, whether Indian or Cowboy, and of course the famous historic Route-66.

Almost 100 exclusive photos incl. GPS location, many travel and photo tips, offline maps.

Guide map: Oklahoma

Daniel Suh

United States

Professional photographer who specializes in landscapes. He is a traveler who is in awe of natural beauty revealing divine attributes pleasing to the sight. He loves telling stories through his pictures which are interwoven with emotions of peace, joy, love, and strength.

Daniel was born in Los Angeles and has traveled around the world to places like Philippines, South Korea, Russia, Kazakhstan, Mexico, England to name a few. After having lived in Washington DC for 5 years, he is now living in Oklahoma where he is discovering beauty in a place filled with tornados, earthquakes, harsh weather patterns, and thriving farm-life. He enjoys spending time in the nature and sharing his experiences with the world through mediums such as Instagram, blogging, and Facebook.

Daniel was published 3 times in The Oklahoman since 2016 for his photography.

Full version of the guide includes 79 additional photos.