Saturday, April 10, 2010

Monochrome Weekend - Exchange Bank Atrium, Tulsa

This is the central atrium of the Exchange Bank in downtown Tulsa.
It was originally the National Bank of Tulsa, also known simply as the 320 South Boston building.


James said... [Reply to comment]

Great lines and a really nice reflection. I've always liked atriums.

Dorn said... [Reply to comment]

It's beautiful, glad you chose this for your monochrome pic.

Julie said... [Reply to comment]

Oh dear, yes I know. I will try to rectify that right now!

Marie said... [Reply to comment]


Dragonstar said... [Reply to comment]

Perfect! Just the sort of shot I like!

lina@home sweet home said... [Reply to comment]

Perfect angle...
Great shot!

Hilda said... [Reply to comment]

Impressive atrium and a wonderful reflection!

I hope you have a wonderful weekend, Bill!

Yogi♪♪♪ said... [Reply to comment]

That is quite geometric. I've worked downtown 18 years and haven't seen that. I should be ashamed.

maryt/theteach said... [Reply to comment]

Nice shot, Tulsa Gentleman! I also love all your flowers in bloom! :)

Piyush Garyali said... [Reply to comment]

Now thats a lovely shot :)

Thanks for visiting my blog Bill and for those generous comments. Also, many thanks for following it. I hope you like my "daily dose of randomness" (as I like to call it).

Have a great weekend.

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Nice! B/W is a good choice here.

I was surprised when I first went to the US to see so many "local" banks. I.e. Canada has 5 or 6 big banks and that's it. The USA seemed to have a lot more, much smaller too.

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Tone, light, lines, composition. All very nicely executed in this image.

Bill S. said... [Reply to comment]

Great picture.

Bill, I use a blind for a lot of my pictures. But for sage grouse, if I am parked in my truck before they come in, they just ignore me. They will even walk under my truck.

Julie said... [Reply to comment]

See, still did not get to trawl through. Shall go and do a bit of trolley shopping (so I don't starve to death!) and then come back and give you a bit more attention, petal!

Elleona said... [Reply to comment]


Notre printemps ne nous offre pas encore autant d'arbres fleuris !
Les forsythias, les amandiers...
Bisous du Hoggar.

jaydubblah said... [Reply to comment]

I love these architectural photos

Clytie said... [Reply to comment]

A very eye-catching picture! How wonderful that you have caught something most people miss - and shown us it's beauty.

Yolanda said... [Reply to comment]

Congrats on making the accolade wall! I made it too! :) This is a wonderful shot, with interesting perspective, lines and tones!