"RELEASE" - March 2010 - Lake Overholser Dam Artistic Photo Tablet (horizontal)
This is an HDR created photograph of the Lake Overholser Dam in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Created by Jim Felder Photographed with a Nikon D200, taking 5 exposures and blended them with Photomatix Pro. Taken March 13, 2010. Quoted from the website: "By 1910 the City's population was at 32,000, a growing meatpacking industry was in place, and the City had been newly designated as the state capital. From the Land Run forward, Oklahoma City had depended on raw water from the North Canadian and a handful of water wells. But it was now clear to City leaders that wells would not produce enough water to satisfy the needs of future growth. In 1913, the United States Reclamation Service (no
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