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Wow! What a terrific reflection and a perfect monochrome shot! It's really stunning! Hope you have a very Happy Memorial Day weekend!Sylvia
Awesome reflection! Kisses from Nydia.
You certainly have some beautiful buildings in Tulsa!
The reflection creates exotic patterns there!
Good architecture shot; I'd be tempted to really increase the contrast in the PC software which would probably add some extra 'punch' to the shot.
As an intern architect, I worked on the drawings for this building. It was originally scheduled to be 50 stories. Economics forced the sale of the building and the scope reduced to 36 stories. As the economic downturn grew worse, the final building was finished at it's current 18 stories. You will see a couple of other buildings around town, most notably on I-44 that are clad in the same red granite. That's because the granite for the 36 story version of OneOk had already been delivered when the decision was made to reduce it's size. Therefore, there was a lot of surplus red granite for sale. Just thought you might be interested.
Good job. I have worked in that building off and on for different employers for 18 years now.
Wonderful patterns in those reflections.
I love these building reflections. It adds another dimention to urban places.
Great reflection and B & W., did you take this in the car or walking?
Great reflection, Tulsa Gentleman! My WR is up.
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