Vines endure the frost, with shadow of a monster, watching from afar.#haiku
If you are into vintage brick buildings with shops, bars and restaurants whose "established" date likely predates your parents, Chicago's River North neighborhood is only a hop, skip and a jump from The Loop and located (yep you guessed it!) north of it. Be it the alleys, streets, old buildings grafitti, or advertisement murals, this... Continue Reading →
Doing street photography in a big city, walking around and shooting, inevitably brings a chance that you become a subject of a picture taken by a fellow street photographer. Happened to me more times that I can count and I often return the favor. I only wish one of my last year's pictures had not... Continue Reading →
A boring rusty bridge rail in summer turned into a legit cool-looking creation in winter. The entire bridge is covered in this. Not much else to add other than to watch. Morton Arboretum, west branch.
Heading home and felt I needed to unplug, so I took a slow ride through the forest. High winds, blowing solid ice, freezing, warm cozy car and no conference calls. If you have a forest preserve, a park or just open nature wherever you are and need to take a break, take advantage of it...... Continue Reading →