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Union Depot.


The Cains Ballroom.


The Philcade Tower.


The Tulsa skyline at dusk.


Boston Avenue.


The Philbrook.


The Arkansas River, Midtown, and Downtown all in one.


Boston Avenue Methodist Chuch in Downtown.


The Philbrook gardens.


Another shot of the Philbrook gardens.


Nelsons Beffeteria in Downtown Tulsa.


Art deco Tulsa.
 

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very nice pics, but where are the people? there isnt a person to be seen in any of those pics
 

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^ Most of those pictures are from a distance or off the sidewalk into the sky... dont think you will see many people there .... also the other spots at ground level werent exactly commercial centers LOL....Why is that the first thing people always ask...Unfortunately though most cities all over in the US large and small arent going to have hong kong amounts of people on the streets because they lack the integrated residential/commercial density.
 

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worldwide said:
very nice pics, but where are the people? there isnt a person to be seen in any of those pics
Probably in the Brady District of Downtown. That's where the Cains Ballroom is. They also have the OSU campus there.

Some 5,000 people already live Downtown, but that is one goal... to raise that number to compete more with OKC.
 

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Thanks for sharing those great pics of Tulsa. I never knew that it had such interesting buildings.

Cheers!!
 

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New buildings? I think Williams has a new corporate center since then... big glass, blackish kinda, looking tower, to the right of the BOk tower.

Anyway, I am glad some people liked these pictures.

Actually, the newest craze in downtown is to fight to keep buildings from being destroyed. The old Philltower building being converted into condos goes along these lines.
 

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worldwide said:
very nice pics, but where are the people? there isnt a person to be seen in any of those pics
If this person takes pics like I do, then they probably get the desired angle set up, and then wait until cars and people are out of the way, to capture a better pic of the subject. Usually the photog's subject is the architecture, not candid shots of unwitting people.
 

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Wow, "Tulsa", which I've only heard of maybe two or three times, looks bigger than I would have thought.
 

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I wouldn't say the skyline is big, and it's definitely not big for a city of 1 million when you compare it to cities like Calgary, Charlotte, Edmonton etc. I would have figured it was a city of maybe 100 000-200 000 people but the skyline shows it's obviously more of a city!
 

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verry nice :)
 
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