Color of Bleakness
Bleakness of what one would normally see. For this is the lack of the color of the blue skies, aqua-blue Great Lake, green leaves that's turning and golden beach sands. This is a scene lovers see -- When love has gone.
Flower Touches (1)
Driving around the City, I always spot artistic personal touches of flower displays.
Flower Touches (2)
Driving around the City, I always spot different personal touches of flower displays.
Flower Touches (3)
Driving around the City I always spot nice personal touches of flower displays. This one really struck me because the back of this building and the flowers were like an oasis of a little beauty in this neighborhood. I shot from across a vacant lot of many vacant lots and boarded-up buildings around here. I wanted to get closer to get a better shot, but safety first.
Last Greentree Days
Washington Park in early September.
Washington Park Lagoon.
Change & Same
Last day of Summer. The Seasons change, but the "Word of God" remains the Same. East 83rd.
Summer 2016 Leavin'
So long September 21, 2016 -- the last day of Summer disappears into the western skies.
Face deep into a book, not browsing Facebook. That figures - The University of Chicago is nearby. Washington Park.
The wind is invisible - excepting to the Weather Vane - whose longing eyes follow the wind wherever the wind goes. Jackson Park Harbor House on a spectacular September Day.