December 5, 2018
While we were on our eastern Oklahoma driving trip back in September of this year, we stayed with some friends at the Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees. They took us to the Har-Ber Village, which is pioneer-era village and history museum, is located on the shores of the lake. The museum grounds and buildings are full to near bursting with antiques, collectibles and reproductions representing the mid-1800s to the early 1900s in the four-state area of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas. There are a number of historic buildings that have been relocated to the grounds including a schoolhouse, jail and 16 log cabins.
This is one of many displays that were just fascinating. The tool display (as is all of the collectibles there) is behind glass. As I was trying to find a vantage point that would show the collection to it’s best, I saw this as an abstract design. It was hard to find a place where I could catch the whole of the collection, and not include the lights that were reflecting on the glass. I liked the way it turned out.
“An architect's most useful tools are an eraser at the drafting board, and a wrecking bar at the site.” ~ Frank Lloyd Wright
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Use the right tools today my friends!
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