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The Oklahoma City National Memorial is the largest memorial of its kind in the United States. It honors the victims, survivors, rescuers, and all who were changed by the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995.
Straight shot out of my NikonD200.
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nice use of a wet day!
How good are those reflections! Marvellous image Paul.
Brilliant capture…………………. love the treatment, framing and narrative.
I remember that whole mess back in the day. :-/As with most other distance shots, you make the peopleseem like ants & the structures enormous! It’s clearly a Vanzella thing, nobody else does it. (I mean, I’m sure somebodyout there does, but I don’t remember ever seeing it like you do it.) That’s what I mean. :)
beautiful comment – thank you…
– Paul Vanzella
a tragic day …a beautiful shot paul…
those reflections are stunning, fantastic shot Paul, well done
Very well seen Paul.
Great remembrance. I’ve yet to really see this memorial. Thank you.
God, this is just so beautiful, Paul. Perfect, as always. I’ve only ever seen photos of this memorial with water on the ground – I’ve wondered if the water is part of the memorial?
…yes it is – a shallow reflecting pool, you just can’t go wrong shooting this… it’s all there in front of you… thank you.
Wonderful tribute. I must say that I have graphics envy of your photo. How do you do it, man???