Went To Go Tell Someone

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Went To Go Tell Someone

Buddha, meditating on the Chicago lakefront trail

Overlooked In Haste

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Overlooked In Haste

Bertrand Goldberg’s Marina City

Confined By What You Saw Then

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Confined By What You Saw Then

Rain falling, crossing the Chicago River

Snowy Evening Under the El Tracks

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Snowy Evening Under the El Tracks

Lake Street, Chicago, in January. The preferred name for the CTA system is “L”, but I forgot and used “El” instead.

Too Many People, Too Many To Recall

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Too Many People, Too Many To Recall

333 N Wacker, looking down at the Chicago River

Super Snow Day

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Super Snow Day

Snow falling, West Loop

Contemplation of the Winter Bean

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Contemplation of the Winter Bean

Millennium Park, of course. There can never be enough Cloud Gate photos, right? (more details about the sculpture en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_Gate) Cloud Gate by Anish Kapoor has been the subject of ten million photographs, or more, even though initially the Park District tried to restrict photographic reproduction.

Life Is So Complicated

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Life Is So Complicated

Snow flakes, West Loop one winter morning. I used a flash to capture some of them…

The Warm Smell of September Rain

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The Warm Smell of September Rain

Is there a better smell? Maybe. Probably. But certainly September rain is among the most evocative of smells. Right? Can’t you imagine it right now?

West Loop, Just Because…

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West Loop, Just Because…

Train yard, West Loop, with a little snow

Domestic Tranquility of A Nation

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Domestic Tranquility of A Nation

Former location of a packaged goods store (Cal’s Liquors). I always felt these lights were potent metaphors, both broken and intact. South Loop.

Always Turning the Same Corners

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Always Turning the Same Corners

Traffic under the Orange/Pink L track, West Loop

Lamar Street Bridge

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Lamar Street Bridge

In Austin