Gallery: 2019 May Shots of the Day

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The May 30th Shot of the Day comes from Penny Jones of Great Bend. The playground has now becoming a fishing dock. 

The May 29th Shot of the Day is from Sinh Gibbon. Gibbon sent us this great photo of the Keeper of the Plains with lightning flashing in the distance.

The May 28th Shot of the Day comes from Staci Bush of the El Dorado Lake spillway. 

The May 27th Shot fo the Day comes from Ginger Hopper of a rainbow. 

The May 24th Shot of the Day comes from Nicole Howard of a butterfly. 

The May 23rd Shot of the Day comes from Susan Bauer of the sunrise from Pawnee County.

The May 22nd Shot of the Day is from Dallas Owen who caught this shot of a father and child at Grand Falls. 

The May 21st Shot of the Day comes from Misty Long of Monday's sunset after storms cleared in Derby.

The May 20th Shot of the Day comes from Rachel Laymon of this double rainbow with lightning. 

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The May 17th Shot of the Day comes from Xen Smith of Derby. 

The May 16th Shot of the Day comes from Joann Nickel of peonies starting to bloom. 

The May 15th Shot of the Day comes from Sinh Gibbon of the Cowley State Lake waterfall. 

The May 14th Shot of the Day comes from Jamey Degner with this shot of wildflowers from the Flinthills National Golf Course in Andover. 

The May 13th Shot of the Day comes from Daniel Wapelhors from Great Bend of their granddaughter enjoying the day in the garden. 

The May 9th Shot of the Day comes from Amy Engel of Halstead. She captured this shot of a rainbow. 

The May 8th Shot of the Day comes from Karen Hughes north of Cambridge. 

The May 7th Shot of the Day comes from Adam Walters. His dog was waiting out the storm under a blanket. 

The May 6th Shot of the Day comes from Jonathan Myers of Goddard with this peaceful shot after the storm.

The May 3rd Shot of the Day comes from Mary Butler of Winfield of a snowball bush. 

The May 1st Shot of the Day comes from Tory Easterburg with some pups standing at full attention.