Hello, Old Friends
Does anything personify Chicago more than Michigan Avenue, and in
particular, these two early skyscrapers, the Wrigley Building (left) and
Partial (To) Chagall
A photo of a section of Marc Chagall's "Four
Seasons" mosaic. It's forty years old this year.
The Loop, at Dearborn & Monroe.
Looking towards the city from private
beachfront property at 75th Street and the
Fifty and Counting
Yes, Marina City is fifty years old this year,
having been completed in 1964. I never get
tired of looking at these uniquely designed towers.
Silence Is Golden
Overlooking the Fox River in Aurora.
Nature and Progress In Harmony
This is what can happen if you'll open your
mouth and put down your foot.
Bluff Road & I-355 in Lemont.
Change Is Inevitable
The barn was once new and red. The tree was
strong and full. There was a big yield from the field. The operative word is "was".
Window To The World
People just weren't enlightened enough to
appreciate what was on the other side.
"Southwest 1306...Come Right To 110"
A Boeing 737 looking for parking at 63rd and
Midway Airport to the uninformed.
While just going through Linda Faifer-Flynn's
gallery on barns I was reminded of this shot
that I took almost six years ago on the perfect autumn day. This is an old utility building still
utilized today in New Lenox.
Through the years I've tried deleting the pole, then the truck (which had to stay) and even
tried a black & white treatment. When it's all said and done, this is the way it was shot and
the way it will stay.