No Swimming. I took a deep dive into my archives for this image since I was unable to get out and shoot today.
What a day in the Windy City! After well over 10 miles of walking, photographing everything along the way, a couple of great meals, a few tasty beverages, and lots of sunburns and blisters
The Chicago Skyline from the Adler Planetarium. Since I am spending this day shooting with friends in Chicago, I thought I’d share an image I took the last time was there last August.
“The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun.” –Christopher McCandless
On a long holiday weekend, is there better place to be than right here?
On a walk today to Lake Michigan, I stopped at the Lake Park Pavilion to take in the view of the water while enjoying the relatively warm early March weather. As I sat there, the view through the stucco arches of the picnic shelter reminded me for some reason of photographs and paintings I’ve seen of Mediterranean villas… Continue reading Mediterranean Dreams
The Spillover II Sculpture in Atwater Park overlooking a semi-frozen Lake Michigan in Shorewood, Wisconsin. The sculpture, installed in 2010, is by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa.
This shot came about more from wanting to test my new ICE 10-stop neutral density filter, rather than from a creative idea. I knew I wanted water and possibly clouds (although the clouds weren’t really moving fast enough) in the shot but other than that, I had know idea what I was going to get.… Continue reading Lincoln Memorial Drive
This is the North Point Lighthouse in Milwaukee’s Lake Park along the bluffs overlooking Lake Michigan. This was not what I was planning on shooting but wow, the light was so sublime that I just had to stop . It was almost as if the sun, clouds, and lighthouse were calling to me