Night Before The Morning Rush
A quiet peaceful night in the South Loop.
The Edge Of Darkness
Photo captured in downtown Evanston during the "blue hour".
The First Day In April
Photograph of the Windy City taken near the Lincoln Park lagoon during the start of spring in the month of April.
The North Star Over Lincoln Park
Photograph taken near the Nature Conservatory near Lincoln Park Zoo.
The Blues Ain't Nuthin' But Trouble
My primary source of inspiration in photography is through music. This photo shot near downtown Evanston would make for a cool jazz album from the 1970's (I think).
One of my favorite photos I've ever took of the C.T.A.'s Englewood-Jackson Park branch of the Green Line. Photograph taken on the campus of I.I.T. in the historic Bronzeville neighborhood on the south side.
First Day Of June
Photograph of the North Loop taken on June 1st, 2015 from the brand new river walk on Lake Street just west of North Wacker Drive.
Title based on the once popular jazz fusion recording from 1974 by pianist and Chicago native Ramsey Lewis.
Nature's Third Rail
What I consider the most electrifying storms I've ever seen in my entire LIFE! The C.T.A. Howard rail yard, is in the foreground.
Even during the midnight hour, the Bahai' Temple is without question, one of the most photo-friendliest landmarks on Earth.
I'm a life-long south-sider, married, with 15 years of experience behind the camera. A die-hard Sox and Bears fan who also loves soul/R&B, jazz, and house music. I'm the proud business owner of "Alton Parker-Photography-Chicago Inc." a new father, and a frequent traveler who's also into high-def home theater technology and loves to cook.