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Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial

It’s been 14 years since the Oklahoma City Bombing. Here are some pictures I took the other day.

Oh, it seemed like a holy place,
Protected by amazing grace
And we would sing right out loud
The things we could not say…
–From Sad Cafe by the Eagles

Jesus Weeping St. Joseph's Cathedral Oklahoma National Memorial

Jesus Weeping St. Joseph’s Cathedral Oklahoma National Memorial

Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial Pool

Memorial Pool

Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial Child Stuffed ANimal

A child places a stuffed animal, an American Eagle, on one of the remembrance chairs at the Bombing Memorial.

Reflecting Pool Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial Poo

Reflection Pool

Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial Pool National

Pictures of the National Memorial in Oklahoma City | Blur Effect

Survivor Tree Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial

Survivor Tree Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial

Bombing Memorial Fence

Bombing Memorial Fence | Every day, visitors to the fence post license plates, stuffed animals, necklaces, rosaries, crosses and notes to the fence.

Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial Chalk Drawing

Chalk board sidewalk near the Oklahoma City Memorial Museum, Oklahoma City | Jill Randolph, RIP | The day of the bombing, I was working in public affairs at Tinker Air Force Base. Tinker is located about five miles northeast of downtown OKC. Jill was an alum of Southern Nazarene University, Class of 1991. She was a great girl. She worked as an accountant in the credit union.

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  1. Debra W

    That was a day that will remain in my soul forever. I can’t tell you how many days that I cried and cried and cried for those poor souls.

    Haunting photos.


  2. jenX67

    @Idabel – My husband, Robert, and I shot these together. I used to do the focus zoom effect. Thank you!

  3. Idabel Oklahoma

    Did you do those pics! Amazing! Amazing! Loved this!

  4. Something Happened Somewhere Turning


    I am really enjoying your blog. Those were awesome fotos. I am going to go visit

  5. Loren Christie

    Hey Jen!
    Very moving pictures. I remember the moment that I first heard of this horrible event. I was driving home from a college class and it came over the radio. It’s hard to understand such cold and calculated, evil disregard for human life. This is the nature of terrorism.

  6. Andi

    The pictures are lovely, thanks for sharing them.

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