Paper hands made by school children hang on the fence on the west side of the Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial (Alfred P. Murray Federal Building).
More than twenty years after the bombing, a teddy bear keeps watch at the Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial. Was it left by a parent grieving one of the children who died? Was it placed by a child grieving a parent? Was it placed by a child trying to comfort strangers who would never go home?
One of the many small memorial chairs at the Oklahoma City bombing memorial.
Twice each day the memorial chairs at the Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial glow as the sun rises and sets.
On the street where...
The Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial Museum reflected in the pool that once was Fifth Street. The granite floor for the pool was salvaged from the remains of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.
Downtown OKC reflecting sunset and sky, perhaps rooting for the Thunder?