Courtesy of Mother Nature. La Rabida's Parking Point.
Portrait of Recession
Far east-side of Chicago.
At the base of the 20 ft. wall at La Rabida's Children's Hospital Point.
Out of the 20 ft. wall at La Rabida's Children's Hospital Point.
Bride of Neptune
When I arrived -- the waters of Jackson Park Harbor were flat like an enormous slate of tinted glass. She suddenly appeared from nowhere. And in a shrill cry that I could not understand, she commanded the waves to rise -- the geese turned and swam toward her. And the people were frighten -- because CMCers, like most photographers, believe in fairy tales, mythology and the editing of all actual & natural scenes they capture with their cameras. Let the site say Amen!
Alone among nature. Lakeside LLC empty land off Lake Shore Drive at 87th Street.
8:03 P.M. July Eve
The long hours of daylight -- one of my favorite things about Summer. This apartment building is directly to the south of the Fountain of Time, overlooking Washington Park. The residents would have a great view of the Olympics held in the Park for 2016, if Chicago had been selected. But I feel that the building, or the residents would have to go, if the Olympics were held there. I understand that Chicago will go after the 2020 or 2024 Olympics.
Red Flag Day
Heavy fog & strong waves, However, the beach is still patrolled. South Shore Cultural Center Beach.
In the wild. Which was named-so first -- the fabric or Plant?
Another Mast Sunset
This is a favorite spot of mine. The sun keeps moving around the horizon and only in the Summer Months it goes down in this spot. The boats are out in the Summer -- together they make a nice scene -- and, as you know, every sunset is different so I get to shoot a unique cloud-formation everytime. Jackson Park Outter Harbor.