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Oklahoma City National Memorial – another angle from previous image shot with my usual 85B warm filter on the lens.
vanzella, urban, oklahoma, oklahoma city national memorial
I don’t know how you do it, but you do it so well Paul. love the Vanzella style.
you know that filter does wonders for you, it makes you look so fab. hehesimple thinks looking brilliant as usual. love the title too. ;-) xox
ha – i don’t go anywhere without it – may get my glasses tinted 85B style as well.. LOL! Thank you.
– Paul Vanzella
this is just so like a Geoffrey Smart painting… love the flatness of this image… makes it so painterly somehow… well done as usual……:)
wow – huge compliment dropping the JS word Juilee… that means so much to me… big thank you!
Such a stand out image Paul, love that sky and your usual finesse with the filter, beautiful work………
I hope one day I grow up to be you! This work is superb, my friend. The clarity, composition, those achingly beautiful tones, the gorgeous flatness, all topped off with a wonderfully poignant title. I ADORE this. An easy fave x 1000 :)))
oh colleen, way too kind…. love people and well thought out urban design!
Perfect Vanzella Style! You did an awesome job capturing this memorial Paul
thanks vonne, and we had an awesome time shooting, didn’t we… : )))))
fabulous shot and the PV touch makes it yet more wonderful
Love ‘N’ Laughter Kriss
love all your support Kriss, always commenting on my work, many thanks!
nice…. very, very nice… mr vanzella….
Fantastic image Paul,love your style and technique!!
Great flow to this shot, your eyes flow left to right, down, stop at the people along the curve then up again.