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Shine On

There’s something about the vast, richly painted Oklahoma skies at dawn and dusk that draw the eyes of Slice readers – or at least their lenses. As the longest days of the year approach, this compilation indicates why sunrises and…

Boys of Summer

These Rosary School kindergarteners, Sullivan McCollum, Nate Grim, Drew Harris and Thatcher McMorris, bring to mind this excerpt from the poem “Kindergarten Scholar,” penned by the photographer’s father, William Edgar Elliott, in 1965 for her brother Billy. Tucking covers, under…

Fall In

Roy Bishop of Oklahoma City captured one of the great joys of childhood and the season as his then-two-year-old niece Clare made clear her appreciation for a bounty of fallen leaves on a perfect Thanksgiving Day.

Long Days Forgotten

Often, the most beautiful antiques are not those that have been carefully restored and perfectly placed in a home. Sharon Farris of Noble recognized that abandoned appeal when she photographed this vintage truck in a field near Quartz Mountain, where…

Let It Rain

If Spring 2012 is any indicator, the approaching summer may well be as relentless as the last.  Staying cool can be difficult to accomplish, but Nani Myers of Oklahoma City captured a time-tested method at a local park. Nothing beats…