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Whether it’s a pair of deer in the woods of Oklahoma, or the delicate points of a snowflake in Wisconsin, Maud photographer Sarah Rodefeld is patient and steady as she aims her lens.
Her finished work is proof of her patience.
“Designed by Nature,” featuring the wildlife and landscape photography of Rodefeld, will exhibit at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center in Duncan, OK.
“I’m just a country girl who grew up surrounded by trees,” said Rodefeld, who was born in the forests of northern Wisconsin.
“When I married my husband 27 years ago, I told him I’d follow him anywhere but Kansas or Oklahoma. Lucky for me, we moved to this great state 26 years ago, and it’s been an amazing ride!”
Rodefeld and her husband, Nels, live on a working cattle cattle ranch near Maud. She works for the State Department of Commerce helping provide federal funding for Oklahomans in need of assistance. They also make plenty of time for hunting, fishing and enjoying the outdoor life in Oklahoma.
Chisholm Trail Heritage Center is open 7 days a week, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday; 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Located at 1000 Chisholm Trail Parkway in Duncan (north of the Simmons Center). Call 580-252-6692 for information. It is an official "Best Heritage Attraction," an Oklahoma Outstanding Attraction, a National Day of the Cowboy 'Cowboy Keeper" and a Top Ten Western Museum - True West Magazine
Chisholm Trail Heritage Center
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