View of historic part of Michigan Avenue from the Art Institute cat walk above Monroe Street.
Some days are better than others and some days are bad enough to make you see everything in such a negative light that even the existence of naive beauty won't enter your perception. Such as these grey, anonymous, tired buildings on a gloomy day while you're standing across the street inside one of them staring... Continue Reading →
A monochrome of inner courtyard of the Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago on Michigan Ave, just across from John Hancock Center (360 Chicago). This place is quiet, with minimal foot traffic, and with clear sky provides interesting lighting no matter what time of day you visit, especially the peristyle facing Michigan Ave is really nice... Continue Reading →