Saturday, August 31, 2013

Black & White Weekend - Expo Center

Expo Center in the Tulsa Fairgrounds is an enormous open space of 448,000 square feet of which 354,000 square feet is column free space. This typically is the venue for large trade shows: the Boat show, the Home and Garden show, and others. Several corporations have paid for naming rights over the year,. It has been the Quik Trip Center, and currently is officially the River Spirit Center, but everyone still calls it the Expo Center. It's big.

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14 comments:

HansHB said... [Reply to comment]

A very good B&W composition!
Well done!

Leedslass said... [Reply to comment]

It's ginormous! Now this I like in black and white!

Gemma Wiseman said... [Reply to comment]

Those architectural features, from this perspective, look like a concertina being stretched out. Great in monochrome.

Birdman said... [Reply to comment]

A repeat performance is attractive here.

Dragonstar said... [Reply to comment]

That's great! Lovely lines in black and white.

YrHmblHst said... [Reply to comment]

Actually, most locals I know still call it the IPE building... :)

Electra said... [Reply to comment]

I too love your composition on this! I want to touch it, it has such depth!

G. W. Bill Miller said... [Reply to comment]

YHH - You are right, the IPE building (International Petroleum Exposition) was the original name. That was back when Tulsa was the "Oil Capitol of the world". People like us who can remember that far back might still call it the IPE Building.

Taken For Granted said... [Reply to comment]

Your photo has great rhythm and composition.

Yogi♪♪♪ said... [Reply to comment]

Nice shot Bill, you captured the bones of the structure well.

LonettA said... [Reply to comment]

Absolutely brilliant shot! I like it so much!

Mama Zen said... [Reply to comment]

Cool shot!

Beth F said... [Reply to comment]

This is an awesome shot - you really get the size and the rhythm of the building.

Margaret Almon said... [Reply to comment]

It reminds me of a bridge.