Weekend Reflections – Becoming Part of the Tempietto Scene


The most photographed structure in Tulsa has to be the Tempietto at the Philbrook Museum of Art. It is just gorgeous and I love it and love taking pictures of it even more. Last Saturday I was there and I was waiting for the above group to get the heck out of the way but they were obviously waiting on somebody to show up. Probably a blogger who got sidetracked by something they wanted to photograph or maybe even a geocacher who has lost sense of time. Or maybe they were the beginnings of a square dance flash mob Or you know, I don’t know. 

Anyways, it struck me this group was kind of halfway colorful and I liked how their colors reflected in the water  and I will immortalize them forever in the Yogi’s Den archives. At no cost to them of course. 

By the way, yesterday was my 2000th post on this humble blog. I appreciate all of you. Thank you. I’m part of a big group of people who are the bright spots of the World Wide Web.

Weekend Reflections 

13 thoughts on “Weekend Reflections – Becoming Part of the Tempietto Scene

  1. Leedslass

    That’s a beautiful capture, enhanced by the intruders’ colourful reflections. Congratulations on reaching 2,000 posts. Apart from the motor vehicles, I have thoroughly enjoyed following you:-)

  2. DrillerAA09

    Wow! 2000 posts! Congratulations are certainly in order. I’ve yet to reach the 1000milestone. I have truly enjoyed your posts over the years. Thanks for sharing your life with us.
    Oh yeah, nice image of one of Tulsa’s most iconic landmarks.

  3. Sallie (FullTime-Life)

    Congrats! You are definitely a bright spot in the blogging universe and I am lucky to know where to find you! The colorful group did just add some pretty accents and I love the structure.

  4. Hilda

    This is such a lovely park! I also prefer photos without people, but this group does provide a colorful contrast to all the greenery.

    Congratulations on your 2000th post!

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