FINGER BITIN' MORNING
I knew it was too late to catch the sun pushing it's head from the depths of a watery grave -- so I was hoping to capture these crepuscular rays from a risen sun beaming down through some clouds. And I paid the price of cold wintertime shots -- although, it's not even winter yet. 67th & the Lake.
Tennessee woman's house.
From my Sci-fi mind. I can't get enough of those Movies and TV series. Ridge off east 106th.
AUTUMN GROWS OLD
Strolling in the long Park --- admiring old architecture through black & naked trees --- in an Autumn that is slowly losing it's colors. Along 60th & Stony Island.
FALL & WINTER
Colorfulness & Bleakness. That's November. I'm beginning to feel that dread of a really bad Winter, as has been forecasted, even though, I really would like a white Christmas. I love Winter's beauty, but not it's inconveniencies.
FALL: LAKESIDE LLC (6)
Canal: Lakeside Development LLC
FALL: LAKESIDE LLC (5)
Park 523 where east 87th Street ends at the Lake.
DAYDREAMS OF THISTLES
Harborside International Golf Course.
Passageway through golden leaves of Autumn to lingering green leaves of Summer.
ACROSS THE WIDE LAGOON
Museum of Science & Industry, from the bank of a wide, Autumn-dressed Lagoon in Jackson Park.