A portion of a longer wall. Shot from a stoplight on Michigan Ave across from the Hilton Hotel.
Clubhouse in Winter
Harbor International Golf Course off of the Ford Expressway around 111th.
On the 59th Street Platform -- on Midway Plaisance. What took Metra so long to understand that customers need some minimal shelter from rain, wind, hot-Sun and Snow?
I'm not a Winter lover. However, since Winter comes every year, I had to find something to love about the Season. Of course, I love Christmas -- I love stylish Winter clothes and the occasional bright, Sunny days. It's the frequency of gray days that I had to embrace. I found joy in some "Winter Mixtures" that I see as beautiful and I love to photograph: gray overcast skies -- with a House, Barn, Cabin or Cottage in the picture -- a snow covering of the ground and things, but not too heavy -- and lastly many trees: nude & inky-black, wide & hanging, tall & skeletal, all in a Winter montage.
On Wooded Island in Jackson Park. "Project 120: Jackson Park Renovation" is moving along.
Long Time Silent
On the grounds of the Confederate Monument in Oak Woods Cemetery.
Golden Lady in Winter
There was no traffic, but me, on LSD when I quickly stopped to get this angle of the "Republic." As usual, there were fishermen on the floating moors, but no boats in the Harbor in front of Jackson Park's Inner Harbor House.
Headquarters in Flurries
There is a little traffic on the Calumet River in Winter. Mostly, the Tugboats are lined up moored at Headquarters and their side-yellow lights are always on.
It's had better days. Below some old rail-tracks. 76th & South Chicago.
The Chain-link Fence
Guarding the Filtration Plant Grounds. Off of Rainbow Beach.