A building Image or an Interior Shot or detail
The BOK Center cycling through the color spectrum at night. Here it is in its Yellow Phase.
The BOK Center cycles through colors contilually at night. Here it is in its Red Phase.
One of the more interesting aspects of the BOK Center is the way it changes color. In the evening the internal illumination cycles continually. it is however slow enough you can capture it.
This building is on I-40 I think. I have never seen so large a flag other than at a car lot. Hence I call it the Flag Building. One day I supposse I will have to find out its real name
Today seems to be the day for really old pictures. This is a view of the University Club Towers from across the Arkansas River. Another AE-1 scan. All I can say is some of my best panoramas of Tulsa have been shot from this building.
Here is a picture of the BACK side of the Boston Methodist church taken from Boston Towers Building. I shot it long ago so its a Canon AE-1 scanned film image. I never get tired of this church. Its a thing of beauty from any angle but looking straight down on it. Hard to photograph because of the high dynamic range of the building lights. Still worth the challenge though. The building has some wonderful detail work although this picture does not capture all of it. There will be others.
This is an older picture fr on the heyday of Syntrolieum. Seems like that was only a blink ago but they faded out. I still like the picture. It has nice intense colors. Another Canon AE-1 scan.
I call this the E building because of it external illuminated Elivator shaft. Its quite a nice building.
Here is a shot of the atlas life building before conversion to a hotel. I used to have an office here. A long timr ago and when I was Downtown a lot. Spent mant an evening wandering abput the city with this as my cdenter of operfatons. Has a different feel now though...
Onate Building in Downtown Tulsa.