I can’t help it.
Whenever I am photographing and a bird flies in the scene I love it. They add so much to any photograph. They were the first thing that you looked at right?
I was struck by the amount of concrete on the shore of Lake Michigan. The sidewalk is some 30 feet wide and goes for miles and miles. Some lucky gangster’s concrete company got the bid for it I suspect. Maybe Al Capone?
Navy Pier is very, very Chicago. We walked out to the end and looked around. Everything in Chicago is so classic. And big.
I had breakfast at a sidewalk diner right across the street from Trump Plaza. I stared at this building my entire breakfast. It is immense. It is so clean and shimmers like a great whale. I was overcome with its presence.
Just another skyscraper in the city.
This is the toughest looking building I’ve ever seen. It reminded me of the movie “The Matrix” for some reason. It was phenomonal.
If Chicago is known for anything besides mob stuff it’s the food. It really is that good.
We paid a highly dissapointing visit to the Museum of Contemporary art. I was on my way to a Chicago deep dish pizza. Its more like a pasta dish than pizza to me.