Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Downtown Tulsa from the West Bank

Here is the core of downtown Tulsa with the old brick Sophian Plaza apartments in the foreground.

The University Club Tower is the round building at the right and on the left are the Mansion House Apartments. Rather dated from the outside but very nice (and expensive) on the inside.

It was a sunny day and I want out to experiment a bit with my new Canon PowerShot SX10. I revisited the West bank of the Arkansas River near the Amphitheater and took pictures of the Tulsa Skyline.

2 comments:

Micki02 said... [Reply to comment]

Hello,
Tulsa seems to be a very big town !!
it look like as we imagine all american town ! with big tower. You new camera is wonderfull your photos look like post cards !!
About Chandeleur and the groundhog day, we have the same history : a saying means : à l achandeleur l'hivers meurt ou repred vigueur, i can translate this : at Chandeleur, winter died or begin worst, it's coming from de same origin
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Tulsa Gentleman said... [Reply to comment]

Thank you. Tulsa has a nice skyline. Tell Clémence I was pleased to answer her question. If I can help with her home work again, just ask.