A building Image or an Interior Shot or detail
Here is a building which has been emptied. There is some doubt about the validity of the engineering qualifications of the people claiming that the damages are so sever theat the builing cannot be repaired. Its probable fate is to be torn down and made into a parking lot.
This is an image of the Tulsa downtown holiday Inn with the Bank of America in the background. Shot 2011 so its sort of old.
I know there is an official building name but I just call this one the White Tower. Brilliantly illuminated by night This building is one which makes the Tulsa skyline difficult to photograph. The large format people I've talked to recommend shooting it just before the lights switch on or off for the evening.
This odd building resembles nothing so much as a BIC lighter. It is by I-40 and not near the city center.
This image was shot with a canon EOS 7D. It was a handheld night shot that I particularly like. One of the more fascinating things about some of tulsa's buildings is that when photographed by night they reveal the fragility of our buildings. By day, they appear as impenetrable monoliths. Veritable towers of strength. But, by night, you can see they are just hollow frames for space.
I call this image "Tulsa Center Cut" because it is the center section of a larger image "River Reflections". Almost all my panoramic shots are large enough and have resolution enough that sections can be extracted from then and still produce a viable image. The whole panorama from which this image is cut can be found at tulsapanoramic.com
This is a view of Tulsa's Old Court House from the time when it had trees. For some unknown reason they decided to cut the trees down. I prefer to remember it with trees. Tulsa's urban forest lost some nice specimens when these trees were destroyed.
Several years ago, on the 4th of July or there abouts, I noticed a building flying a huge flag. I had to capture it.
This image was shot hand held at night with a Canon EOS 7D. Looking South to downtown Tulsa from the Brady District. This image is cropped. I have one with the moon peeking thru the clouds. Natural moons over Tulsa are not common. Although a lot of composites have been made, the scale always seem to be wrong.
This image was made looking North from the Boulders Towers balcony..It was shot on film with a Canon AE-1 and a 135 mm Lens. The film was scanned by Fromex at their high resolution level which is roughly equivalent to 6 meg pixels and stitched together with Kolor's Autopano Pro 4.0. Its an older image from, a time when film was still in use.