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HDR of Bricktown and downtown Oklahoma City.
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gpkurns1 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Wow!
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GTA-IVplayer Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011
I lived in NW OKC for many years and loved it. From sweltering summers to ice-storm winters, what's not to love? Does anyone know if the old Bricktown cam and other CCTV livefeeds to the net are still operational?
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noname4you Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2011
I may live here for college
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WingedBlackSoul Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I lived here for a few months
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WeCouldBeHeros Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2009  Student Writer
ahhh i love it! I love Oklahoma,its my favorite home away from home!
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Sabattier Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2009   Photographer
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This wonderful photo has been featured in my news article - Around the World v. 1 - North America

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aaronbee Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2009
Thank you so much. Of a billion images, you picked one of mine. Thanks. :dance:
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Sabattier Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2009   Photographer
you're welcome :)
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SublimeBudd Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2009  Professional Photographer
love the way the brik turned out in the front! it goes really well with the newer building in the background :) great hdr
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aaronbee Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2009
Thank you. I'd like to create a night shot from that spot, but I can't seem to master it yet. It's some kind of dark art, I think. =)
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SublimeBudd Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2009  Professional Photographer
lol.. i dabble with night photos too, but they usually dont come out how i want them
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HarlowPhotography Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
You've Been Featured: [link] :heart:
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stofo Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2009
wow, looks almost post apocalytic :D godda love HDR. Great photo!
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aaronbee Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2009
Thank you for saying. At lest the weather has been nice enough to be outside comfortably recently. It was nice to be able to stand on top of a building and not freeze my butt off. I'm so ready for spring. lol
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stofo Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2009
Oaklahoma didnt strike me as a cold city... but then again its been a pretty cold winter all over the world. I mean I lived in the UK for two and a half years and saw snow 1 day per year and when I left and went home to Sweden they had the worst winter in the UK for about 15 years or something.
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aaronbee Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2009
Well, I'm a bit of a wuss when it comes to cold weather. People in Winnipeg (or some such place) would probably laugh at my definition of cold. If it's in the teens and low twenties (fahrenheit), I am not happy! Add to that 70% humidity and strong winds out of the north... then I'm really not happy!

I'm more of an 85-degrees-sipping-strawberry-daiquiris-in-the-Virgin-Islands kind'a guy.
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stofo Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2009
Oh that sipping strawberry daiquiris part sounds nice... it's been ages since I've been to a warm climate... You guys in the US are lucky cuz you have California and Miami :)
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aaronbee Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2009
Well, sort'a. I mean, I do love the climate and environmental diversity you find in America; from the southwest deserts, to the west coast beaches, to the mountain ranges in Colorado, or even to the tropical weather down in Key West; there's pretty much anything you could ask for, but that doesn't mean it's right around the corner, though.

Look at it this way. From Stockholm to Paris is 1,541 km.

It's 1,970 km for me to drive from Oklahoma City to Miami. In other words, you're closer to France than I am to Florida. It's not like I can hop down there for the weekend. It would take me an entire weekend just to drive down there. One way. Never mind getting back. lol
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stofo Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2009
Yeah I know but, atleast you don't have to go through custom and present your passport at every country you have to pass through. Instead you are charged 5 cents is it? Oh well I see your point yes and USA is a huge country, I knew that, just didn't really add the huge distances into the equation ;) Is it expensive to fly in between states?
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aaronbee Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2009
It really depends on where you are going. Some flights are cheap, some are not; but the down side is, most places don't have much of a public transportation system, so even if you do fly, you are usually better off just driving there and not having to rent a car when you get there.

I do see the major difference, though. There are no check points, border crossings, cultural differences, large bodies of water, or language barriers to contend with from state to state. It may be a long way away, but I feel just as at home in Seattle, San Diego, Denver, or Miami as I do in Oklahoma City. The scenery changes, but it's all America to me.
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