Welcome. Enter. Please, After You.
Sleep with one eye open, gripping your pillow tight.
Exit: light, enter: night. Take my hand, we're off to Never Never Land.
Trick or Treat? I'll Pass.
Bellevue Place in Batavia. As a sanitarium in the 19th century, one of Bellevue's patients was one Mary Todd Lincoln, a woman who suffered from her own demons after the deaths of her husband President Abraham Lincoln and three of her four sons. It was her first son, Robert, who had her committed in 1875.
It Touched...No, It Grabbed Me
I have no explanation, no comment, only
Time To Make A Choice?
Every once in a while I like to have fun with
a photo. When I shot this I knew what I wanted to do. I wondered what it would look
like as an ad in, say, Motor Trend or even
...of a neighborhood, that is. The mural
here previously was defaced. I can only
assume that someone felt that a certain
"group" couldn't / shouldn't be allowed
to make their presence well known, and
came up with this positive design.
Shot at 26th and So. Kolin, Little Village.
There Are Cavedwellers Among Us
Taken at Bicentennial Park in Joliet. You wouldn't know it to look at it but this was at one time Joliet's business district.
This creative mosaic was photographed in
Look Through Any Window...
...what do you see?
4341 W. 26th Street. From my "glass, steel, pavement, concrete" collection.
I looked at the top of this steel bridge and saw something, I'm just not sure what I
envisioned. This is the result.
Green, Green, It's Green They Say...
Wetlands running along the Centennial Trail
in Romeoville, between the Sanitary & Ship
Canal and the Des plaines River.
This was shot from the bridge that once spanned the canal on 135th Street and
was moved (!) to the trail.