The tempietto at Philbrook has to be the most photographed thing in town. I’ve taken a bunch myself. Back when the Waite Phillips family lived here way back when, the pond was a swimming pool and supposedly there was a changing room underneath the tempietto.
The pond makes for some nice reflections.
I love all the flowers at Philbrook.
On another water body, Crow Creek, which winds through the property, there are lots of turtles.
And another flowers.
An invitation to look for a stone flower.
There it is!!
Stumbled upon the secret garden. The restaurant at Philbrook uses it for growing herbs and such.
It was too early to catch the change of color in the trees. Almost as good is this installation. “Oklahoma Autumn” by Eric Baker. It’s my favorite sculpture in the garden. There are two other pieces of this off to the right.
They got a lot of stuff in the 25 acres of gardens. Over 1200 trees and fifteen sculptures. I wonder if somebody is in charge of the tree count?
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