Rec for all Seasons
The recreation, sport, occupation and food gathering called fishing. Inlet pier of the former US Steel Plant. Around 83rd & Lake Shore Drive.
Not Yet Chicago
But it is one of the great things about the City to look forward to. Also called 63rd Street Beach.
Fallen into Silence
The Crow had been cawing incessantly, but suddenly it touched the ground, strutted for awhile, stopped -- and then joined the silence. Oakwoods Cemetery.
Headstones & Flowers
And a Civil War Cannon. Oakwoods Cemetery.
New & Done
About 20 red, blue & green new tractors beautifully lined the elevated rail tracks. Why can't these old, broken buses, that have probably served very well, at least be in neat rows in their rest-in-peace retirement home? Far east 95th.
Off of far east 95th Street, just in front of the elevated rail-road tracks.
My kind of February
On the sidewalk. Shot thru the chain-link fence across the Golf Course. 67th & South Shore Drive.
The entrance of Rainbow Beach with the Lake beyond the trees.
Turn-of-the-Century like. South Shore Drive.
Jazz in Jewel's
I wanted a quick stop and almost turned around because of a full Parking lot. It was a Black History Month Celebration with a lot of tables selling their specialty food items. It was festive like Summer. I enjoyed the shopping. I bought some food items that's not there everyday while listening to some great live music. I was thinking that in the big super markets why not have some nice soft music playing to add to the shopping experience? Just not any bland elevator type music. I guess the category should be food over music, but it was both.