A Flickr buddy carrying his tripod to take the best photograph of Chicago’s night lights.
Pardon the reflection on the glass … we were at the 94th floor of the John Hancock Center.
This entry was posted on Thursday, January 12th, 2012 at 3:35 am. It is filed under Flickr'ing!, Photographing the Photographer, Photowalks.
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I was shooting some stuff at the university library in Portland because it was the highest building around and I wanted to experiment with some faux tilt-shift stuff. I got chased down by one of the librarians and told I couldn’t shoot. I had to go talk to one of the library admins just to shoot out the windows.
Wow beautiful skyline pictures! I love the big city, I love skylines, but I’ve never been to NYC. I’ve been to about 15 other big cities though.
The pictures are enticing me to go there.
i can say one word -fantastic images specially the second one that comprises of ligts and your city its like igniting city .
Picture 2 is amazing. Great shot man. I didn’t even notice the reflection from the glass without you pointing it out.
Greats pics! I’ve never been in Chicago
Awesome photos! what are those points behind Sears Tower?? stars??
Wow, Indeed it seems like the city was on golden fire.. Nice magnificent view. I wonder how in reality the scene was looking like. Indeed Great job and nice photography. by the way which Camera did you use to capture such nice scenes? thanks!
Very nice shots which captured my eye while passing by your blog.
Looks really amazing. I wish I could see that in real life.
These photos do a fantastic job of capturing detail in night scenes without the artifacts usually associated with high-ISO digital photography. Nice job.
Fantastic and very beautiful pictures!
Awesome night photography! Thank you for posting and sharing!
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