Photographing the waves … Feeling a little bit cooped up because of unseasonably low temperatures, I braved the wind and the cold to take a walk along the beach yesterday. I looked out the window – outside was quite yucky – a little bit of fog, choppy waters on the lake, wet pavement because it [...]
Yesterday, while walking from my bus stop to the Chicago Photography Collective Gallery two blocks away, I saw many photographers roaming around that I just had to take my iPhone out and shoot. The Loop is the central business district of Chicago. Our collective’s gallery is located on State St. (on Randolph) inside the Block [...]
Every spring, Chicago is awashed with flowers … and for a short 6 weeks or so, tulips bloom all over the place. They are most especially beautiful on Chicago’s shopping district, the upscale Magnificent Mile®. This season, the tulips bloomed early. Six weeks early, according to the Magnificent Mile® Facebook page. But I am not [...]
All geared up, St. Patrick’s Day Celebration, March 15, 2008 at Millennium Park Continuing with the scavenging, here’s another batch, from March of 2008. This is incomplete. I am only up to March 22 of that year.
At The Bean, September 20, 2006 I was cleaning my hard drive of unwanted files when I realized, I still have a LOT of photographing the photographer photographs that I haven’t posted. This group is from the September 2006, almost six years ago!
Yesterday, the wind was quite strong in Lake Michigan and the waves came crashing on the breakwaters. Many photographers came out to photographs the waves, including me of course.
Photographers at The Bean during Earth Hour last night. Earth Hour (dimming/shutting off of lights for an hour) happened last night and I went to two places in Chicago to photograph the event. First, I shot at the area near the Adler Planetarium, on the breakwaters of Solidarity Drive to have a panoramic view of [...]