Saturday, July 17, 2010

Black & White Reflections - Philbrook Garden 3

Garden behind Philbrook Art Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Looking West to East.

16 comments:

tossan said... [Reply to comment]

A magnificent reflecting pool. I like p & p. You're a great photographer! Hug

NicoleB said... [Reply to comment]

What a magical place and magnificent photo!

13 Stoploss said... [Reply to comment]

Lovely exposure, Bill. I like how the trees in the center are nearly white, like infrared. Did you filter this shot?

Tulsa Gentleman said... [Reply to comment]

No filters were used in this photograph. The vegetation in the middle ground are clumps of ornamental grasses which are rather light in color. Thank you for your interest.

paul said... [Reply to comment]

A very interesting image, great composition.

Sharon's Mum Anne said... [Reply to comment]

I'm afraid I beg to differ - to me gardens should be photographed in colour so I can appreciate the different plants etc.

RuneE said... [Reply to comment]

Very nest indeed, and the persons in front of the building made a large difference.

eileeninmd said... [Reply to comment]

Beautiful reflection, the pool is a pretty place.

Birdman said... [Reply to comment]

My eye too was drawn to the grasses in the foreground. Stunning!

VioletSky said... [Reply to comment]

Love the detail in this B&W - the light grasses in the foreground and the stark white of the gazebo columns nestled in the dark trees. Simply marvelous.

Rosie @ Centre of Interest said... [Reply to comment]

Thats a beautiful scene

Dragonstar said... [Reply to comment]

So much detail, so many textures. Very nice.

Clytie said... [Reply to comment]

My eyes were drawn to the guy standing in the middle of the photo ... at first I thought it was a very life-like statute. Then I saw his family/friends, and realized I was mistaken. Very nice photo!

James said... [Reply to comment]

Beautiful shot! The reflection is outstanding.

awarewriter said... [Reply to comment]

This is outstanding Bill.

Luckaa said... [Reply to comment]

It is so nice place!