A photography exhibit titled "Oklahoma Weather: A Photography Exhibit by Mark Nault and David Ewoldt" will be on display at the Edmond Historical Society and Museum through June 30.
According to Iris Muno Jordan, interim director, Nault and Ewoldt's photographs are perfect for Oklahoma.
"I believe Will Rogers quipped, 'If you stay in Oklahoma very long, you're going to see all this different weather,'" Jordan said. "I think it's really unique, our weather here in Oklahoma."
Some 30 images on display depict:
" actual cloud formations,
" rainbows and
" storm fronts.
"There's just a lot of interesting shots that they can gather from the storm clouds that can develop to the storm, hail and lightning shots," Jordan said. "People are intrigued by that."
Admission to the exhibit is free. The museum is located at 431 S. Boulevard in Edmond and is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 1-4 p.m. Saturday. For more information, click here. "?Krista Nightengale