The Faces in Millennium Park are just wonderful to photograph on a warm summer night. I was trying to get these kids in silhouette and not overlapping each other so that they can have an individual shadow. Tough when they are running around in the water along with lots of others. I love this shot as their heights almost perfectly line up. A bit creepy Cheryl says with the mouth reflection from one of the faces but this is one of my new favorites.
A doggie food truck. Not something you see everyday, especially on Lake Street, right in the Loop in downtown Chicago. Not many dogs in the offices around where I work, but I suppose there are a lot of people working who have dogs, so....why not?
Getting Dad to smile is too tough to do at times so I will have to go with this as my Shot of the Day. You have to catch Dad looking but before he sees that you have a camera or the tongue will come out or he will make some other expression. I will keep working on him to get one good shot some day. For now, Happy Father's Day dad!!!
Last weekend was beautiful from beginning to end. This weekend looks overcast and rainy, at least to start. So, here are some pansies to brighten your day from Michael Jr and my Olympic National Park trip last month.
No, I don't draw but the computer does. Shooting in harsh mid-day sun makes for a blah picture. Sometimes you can improve it with a little bit of computer magic. Shooting the Chicago Theater sign is always a treat.