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Jeff Real | all galleries >> Oklahoma City: The Memorial >
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On April 19, 1995 two evil men destroyed the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in downtown Oklahoma City with a truck bomb. In so doing they took the lives of 168 innocent people including nineteen children. The victims ranged in age from three months to seventy three years.
The Journal Record building, which houses the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum is reflected in the pool. This building also contains the Institute For The Prevention Of Terrorism.


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Zoltán Balogh28-Oct-2010 07:43
A beautifully composed image! V
shatterbug26-Aug-2010 23:11
Crystal-clear reflection, and wonderful perspective...terrific!
bill friedlander02-May-2010 23:10
A lovely POV from the corner of the pool, and a great reflection. The story is not a pretty one. V
viljamix19-Dec-2009 17:46
Indeed, a gorgeous reflection! I like the composition, as well.
Jean Chiasson28-Nov-2009 19:29
Love this shot vote
Sue Robertson05-Nov-2009 23:32
Beautiful composition. Thanks for telling us this story..
Nuno Boavida31-Oct-2009 10:13
A perfect reflexion... V
Martha Albuquerque29-Oct-2009 10:56
So beautiful photo! V
Ali Majdfar27-Oct-2009 12:42
Stunning capture, superb! ~V
LynnH25-Oct-2009 14:03
Wow, great photo! Crisp lines and great reflection. Your Narrative is well done too. V
Ceya25-Oct-2009 07:13
A well composed, beautiful capture with lovely reflections.
What a sad story.. V!
Kaden Kratzer25-Oct-2009 02:07
Beautiful memorial. V
Bill Warren24-Oct-2009 01:07
My kind of reflection shot and a needed reminder that terrorists have and will continue to come from anywhere. V
Ashley Hockenberry23-Oct-2009 22:58
A+
Norman Richard23-Oct-2009 22:32
You caught a beautifull reflection there. I find the od shapes windows in that building a bit ...odd.
Máire Uí Mhaicín23-Oct-2009 19:46
A wonderfully sharp image, and a timely reminder of man's inhumanity and the efforts that must be made to conquer it. Very well done.
Lisa23-Oct-2009 14:40
Yes, Jeff...this is an amazing image. It's goes down as one of those days where you know exactly what you were doing when you "heard the news"...excellent.
CM Kwan23-Oct-2009 12:40
So sad to hear that incident. But this is a really beautiful picture, Jeff! V
John23-Oct-2009 11:55
This a a great reflection shot, the water being as smooth as a mirror. V
marie-jose wolff23-Oct-2009 08:32
very fine and clear image, beautiful reflections.
thanks to tell us this sad story...V
Sam_C23-Oct-2009 03:32
Amazing work! Gorgeous clarity and the treatment is amazing, as only you could do. BV!!
an nguyen23-Oct-2009 03:04
I am moved with your story and image.
What a wonderful reflection and details image. V
Nora van Beek23-Oct-2009 00:24
This is amazing work, Jeff! That day was a very sad day in our country's history. ~V~
Pawel23-Oct-2009 00:09
OMG!
You have moved to new to a new definition of your atmoshere :)
Marcia Colelli22-Oct-2009 23:47
Wonderful capture of the reflection, nice detail, colors and composition V
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