Pieces of Downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma

Have a good Wednesday, people!

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34 Responses to Pieces of Downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma

  1. Christi says:

    Beautiful, beautiful pictures, as always. Hoping that Malachi and Angie are as accomplished photographers; can’t wait to see their pictures of Ireland, etc. You have a good Wednesday too, Paula!

    • Thanks, Christi ~ Angie has a great camera & has taken a course now….so am guessing their Ireland pics will be awesome. and GREEN! They are so excited! What a wonderful way for them to celebrate 4 yrs. I think at our 4 yr we went to dinner maybe? πŸ™‚ Stay in and think COOL today.

  2. What wonderful shots. The textures are superb.

  3. Jeannette Wynne says:

    Loved the photos! Great eye Paula:)

  4. Dena says:

    I’m impressed! I never knew Tulsa was that big. I’ll have to visit soon, though I’ve heard horror stories about I-35 on and off ramps.

  5. Awesome! I love photographing Tulsa! In fact, I got a warning for photographing the Federal building. First, I wouldn’t want to be in that crane! Second, I love the door! Doors are one of my favorites to photograph! Third, The reflection shot is totally awesome. It is so hard to get really good refection shots and that one is really good. The angle, the lighting, everything was great. Lastly, where where you perched to get the steeple shot? I’ve shot that church before from the ground and it was an up angle. I love the straight on shot.
    Good work, I’m proud of how far you have come with your photography!

    • Glad you liked, Darla….I cannot tell ya where I was perched. “IF” and I don’t recall, we were in the truck that day, I was probably in the back of it. I do a lot of shooting thru the sunroof and from the truck bed. I just shoot a bunch and hope some of them will turn out. Thanks for the encouraging words. Much to learn, but just having fun ~ πŸ™‚

  6. Next thing we know you will be taking photos for “The National Geographic”! the last time I was in downtown Tulsa, I was about 12 years old (68 years ago!) and my Aunt Opal was taking me to lunch on the top floor of some big dept. store, and I remember looking out at all the tall buildings. I loved your selection. I hope you are making a portfolio…good job!

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  8. Great pictures!
    How big is Tulsa?

  9. Great shots..and I love getting a little glimpse of where you call home! Love the one of the building with the flag in the window reflection! Great idea too!

  10. You have a great eye, Paula!

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  12. Rhonda says:

    Your beginnings impressed me…you middle is stunning. Paula you have outdone yourself. Beautiful. Next time I’m in OKC…I’m headed to Tulsa. πŸ™‚

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