... A City Daily Photo Blog for Tulsa Oklahoma ...
Nice sepia rendition.
it reminds me of a government building more than a church. Nice pic :)
A surprising number of churches built in the early 1900s have Corinthian columns in their facade. They remind me of some government buildings built around the same time. However I have been in the First Christian and it is very nice inside. It has a wonderful stained glass dome.http://tulsagentleman.blogspot.com/2008/06/interior-of-sanctuary-dome.html
Beautiful building!! Thanks for WW!!
I'm glad others agree that those doors don't look at all "church-like". If you'd made this a guessing game I'm sure a church would not have been on my list.
Wonderful.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Pretty building, love the details in the columns.
that was built to last. the sepia gives it a timeless air. nice.
gorgeous and stately!
What an extraordinary classical front to this church, Tulsa Gentleman! thanks for participating in Sepia Scenes! :)
It's a beautiful church, as well as sepia picture!
Love the sepia, adore the subject, the pillars make for such a good composition in this tone.
Gorgeous building - great shot.
Wonderful, and I love the sepia treatment. What a glorious building!
Beautiful! I love it! Please check out mine: http://harrischanningauthor.blogspot.com/
Love those columns!
grand old building.
Beautiful building and nice sepia shot!SS~The bridge
Ah, I bet the church has been around for a while but I am surprised this is a church.
This house of worship is large, beautiful and made of materials that we don't see used in new construction anymore. Sepia allows us to see the elegant and dignified lines so well. A true beauty!
Very striking shot. That church looks huge!
I love the elegance of older buildings. Very nice, I can see a freshly marries couple exiting down those stairs with rice all over them. :)
nice architecture!u may view mine here
great sepia shot.
I thought this might be a government building at first. Then read the info. Must admit, was surprised to read that it was a church. A beautiful old building, nevertheless.
That building radiates strength and power, Bill.
Post a Comment