Pastures in Southeastern Oklahoma are full of rocks. Ancient rocks, actually. There's one layer of rock called Kiamichi. Pieces of the layer are laying in the pasture there on your left.
Look closely, and you'll see fossilized oyster shells from way back when. The entire place used to be at the bottom of a sea.
That's the subject for another post, though. Snakes live under these rocks. Some of them are poisonous Copperheads. Others just look like Copperheads. This young corn snake is a look-alike. The similarity is designed to keep predators away from the snake. In this case, however, the similarity cost him his life.