The sun shines through the trees and highlights the fall leaves and headstones at Graceland Cemetery, a very serene location for a Sunday afternoon walk in the fall.
A photo shoot with Meg brings us to some landmark locations in Chicago. A model “natural”.
While riding along Cortland Ave, just east of Clybourn, I came across a large entry that was opened, and a glow from inside. I’m not sure what it is that they’re doing, but the image of metal, steel, and sparks flying was captivating.
Chicago-based band “The Flat Cats” performs at Alhambra Palace with special guest Blues singer Richard Bennett.
Looking down Peel Street in Soho, Hong Kong gives a great sense of the steepness in places of this great city.
Thank you Michele Schneible for the description of this picture:
A kid on a ski lift riding with his family had lost his shoe and a bystander kept trying to throw it back up to the parents. As one of the parents finally caught it, it reminds me of something Jane Addams once said, “Nothing could be worse than the fear that one had given up too soon, and left one unexpended effort that might have saved the world” or in this case…The Shoe.
Chicago Police officers ride past Buckingham Fountain in Chicago after the NATO summit in May.
A smile from a performer at a bar along Broadway in Nashville, Tennessee.
A photo converted to black and white, then selective colorization applied to the taps, copper, and beer in the glasses on the bar. The bar is Revolution Brewery in Chicago.
A vendor at the Taste of Chicago prepares chicken satay.