I appreciate unstructured time spent in space that is comfortable and visually appealing.
When I am out of town and have a little spare time, I try to seek out the little areas probably well known to locals, but when stumbled upon when you're not expecting them, have an added appeal.
I was in Oklahoma city for a couple days for business most flights are connecting flights, and in order to navigate the best price for my work budget, I took a later flight, which gave me a few extra hours before having to get to the airport. I enjoyed some unexpected sites. There is a canal that runs along the back side of what used to be a series of warehouses. Most have been refurbished into bars and restaurants. and there were so many outdoor seating areas, but also a walk way along the canal. if you've never been to Oklahoma City, the prettiness of the area, and the friendliness of the people cannot be overlooked. On the canal, I ended my walk at the Devon Mosaic. Look at the detail up-close, and you see the women in the mosaic pouring water, that then aligns with the real water feature. Clever and soothing to sit and watch on a 80 degree October day.
|My angle is not the best, but the water from the picture appears to be flowing right form the jugs.|
|There is also Devon Bridge.|