Filtering Sunlight on the last day of October 2016.
Gazebo Wind Chimes
Old Chicago (2)
Brownstones around 39th & King Drive.
Lake Michigan Shoreline at 75th Street.
When I was a child all of the scary movies were in B&W, suspenseful & misty. (Even though the characters were played by the same guys) The movies today, which are in color, are more gross than scary. Special effects have made them too gross. To us believers, The Exorcist, was a real scary movie. Happy Heathen Holiday, Fred! (Aunt Esther)
Season's Greetings (2)
Spirit of Halloween.
Spirit of the Season. South Drexel Blvd. (Click)
Jackson Park. (Click)
A so-called urban pioneer in the spirit of the Season. I've been inside a Brownstone for sale and the interior was spacious: big rooms, tall ceilings, fireplace, staircase, and mahogany everywhere . It could be made beautiful again, but it'll cost you big bucks. New electrical work and plumbing and you'll have to do good work on the wood floors. You'll more and likely need a new kitchen and bathrooms. Everything for the windows will have to be custom made. And there will be big decisions on heating and cooling. You'll have to redo the outside, but be careful of modernization that will ruin a Brownstone's original charm. I like this old beauty and will keep and eye on the renovation. (Click)