Fun With Colors
Obviously, someone had a vivid imagination.
This detail shot is of the Little Village Boys
and Girls Club at 2801 S, Ridgeway.
Searching For Swamp Thing
Shot along the I&M Canal Trail / Centennial
Trail running through Romeoville at 135th Street. I didn't come across the "Thing" but
met up with frogs, turtles, grasshoppers and bees (ouch).
Waiting For The Bus
5:00 pm on a Sunday evening at 26th and South Lawndale, Little Village.
Her Honor, The Mayor
These photos of former mayor Jane Byrne were taken at the Garfield
Byrne, the city's only female mayor, was honored twice this year, first, by
having the Circle Interchange renamed "Jane Byrne Interchange", and
secondly, by having Water Tower Park renamed "Jane M. Byrne Plaza".
The Nuclear Family
"Father, Mother and Child", also known as "Family". This sculpture was designed as a war memorial to dentists killed in 20th century wars.
Located at the American Dental Association on Chicago Avenue.
The Magic Door
Open, come open the magic door with me,
with your imagination there's so much that we can see.
There's a door that leads to a place,
I'll find my way by the smile on your face
The Aqua Condominium Tower, 225 N. Columbus.
The Tie That Binds
Looking to the skies at North Avenue Beach.
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.