Through the Storm
And through the Ages.
Summer Garden in Winter.
Color in Overcastness
The University of Chicago on an overcast day.
"Look at me / I'm as helpless as a kitten up a tree / And I feel like I'm clinging to a cloud; I can't understand / I get misty just holding your hand." -- first verse of a jazz standard. Take your choice of a vocalist: Johnny Mathis, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, or you may prefer the Jazz piano version by the great Erroll Garner - who is also the composer of Misty.
Fishing in the Fog
Fishing from the Pier surrounded by dense fog. 85th & Lake Shore Drive.
Flowers in Fog
Silk flowers at an outside Altar. Saint Michael the Archangel Church.
Lil White House
Through the fog from across a wide field.
In January - Somebody's side-yard. On a corner lot. Far eastside Chicago.
New Year's Eve 2016
Many, if not most, New Year's Eves in Chicagoland are dressed in Old Man Winter's garb: winter-gray, winter-drabness, icy-lake, flurries sometimes and scattered dirty piles of snow left from earlier snowfalls. As you can recall and see here, it was an Autumn-like: sunny, colorful & beautiful 2016 New Year's Eve. The Animal Bridge over Jackson Park Harbor.
Saint Michael the Archangel
Statue on the wall between the Rectory and Saint Michael the Archangel Church on 83rd & South Shore Drive.