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Wow, I love what you have done. It looks like some sort of multimedia screen or something. Nice eye.The rumor is true. I'm up on the 17th floor.
This is a very nice shot of interesting architecture.Great shapes, lines and light!
What an amazing photo! so many different reflections!Patrick Tillett, Extremely Overdue
That's nice. The clouds in some of the squares and not others really makes for a nice addition.David/ Houston B&W
Too, too cool. Great building, great shot. Mickie
Stunning shots of metallic black and white reflections!
Atmosphère dramatique ! Très réussi !
That is fabulous - I read your words, initially, that Yogi OWNED the building......... Perhaps he just "owns" the 17th floor?
That is a BEAUTIFUL photo of OneOk!!!! I am so glad you stopped by my blog!!! YOGI knows whats going on! =)
les nuages se reflètent bien dans les vitres de cet immeuble.Bisous de France.
Love the photo.As an intern architect, I worked on the drawings for this building. It's design has quite an interesting history. Originally, the building was to be 50 stories tall.
Wow, this is a very interesting patchwork sky!! Amazing!Have a great weekend!
Well done, Bill! I often see clouds in glass buildings, but rarely this crisp. The shape of this skyscraper adds to the composition. Super for both themes.
Brilliant reflections! All that glass is a gift for the photographer.
Nice one here...
I read the name as "Oneokay" at first :-D
You choice of black and white makes this image quite compelling.
Excellent shots of metallic black and white reflections! mind blowing.......
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