On April 18th (Good Friday), I was able to get into the abandoned St Boniface Church in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood and photograph the interior, just before sundown. I didn’t imagine how decayed and deteriorated the church really is. The pictures speak for themselves, and some are more processed than others by having taken bracketed pictures. Walking around and looking with the naked eye strikes a sad emotion, and makes one ponder how beautiful the church was decades ago.
For more information about the church, see http://www.saintbonifaceinfo.com/
The Esplanade along lower Manhattan has beautiful walkways and benches with the Jersey City skyline across the river.
Looking through the long Jackson tunnel, connecting the CTA Red and Blue line trains in Chicago’s Loop.
A train can be seen down the tunnel at this CTA train stop. This is the Jackson Red Line stop.
Flowers in a large flower pot in front of a house decorated with lights show the season’s colors.
Looking up the stairs at the Rookery, a Chicago Landmark building.
A garden statue in Oz Park, Chicago.
Looking down Peel Street in Soho, Hong Kong gives a great sense of the steepness in places of this great city.