I didn't have the best lighting conditions this particular morning but I made the most of it and shot in the loop. This is the Chicago Board of trade shot with my fisheye lens.
This is the Benjamin Franklin Monument in Lincoln Park, captured early last Sunday morning. This particular shot is a 54 second long exposure.
Today's shot is another of the Curvaceous Wood Pavilion at the Lincoln Park Zoo, this time, not from its typical angle.
If you've been keeping up with my posts you've noticed that I've been throwing in a few Iceland shots here and there. This is Jokulsarlon Ice beach during sunrise, one of Iceland's famous black sand beaches.
Today's post is for Ashley who said that my previously posted picture of the Marina Towers looked like corn on the cob. This is another long exposure, a bit zoomed out, of Marina Towers.
Although I was a little bit late, I managed to capture a few shots of yesterday's Women's March in Chicago.
I goes without saying that this is my favorite place to photograph in Chicago. This is the Lake Shore Path just north of downtown near Oak Street Beach.
Given how active I was in shooting during this past fall, I was really looking forward to capturing images like this, of the frozen ice around Lake Michigan. This shot was taken this past Sunday morning, it was just above 30 degrees and not as cold as it looks here.
Today's shot is another of Saint Mary's Church in Bucktown. This is the entrance to the church on Wood St.
Watch the video below to see how I created the Vignette effect.
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This is Saint Mary of the Angels Church. If it looks familiar, that is because it is the most visible of many churches in viewing range from the Kennedy.