I’m sure this thing has a name. Does anyone know what it is?
This one has some crazy detail, click the image to see it bigger.
Student artwork at the Horner Park Field House.
The fact that many of the bridges in Chicago not only can move, but often actually do, never fails to blow my mind. During lunch one day I got to see them raise the bridges to let sailboats through to the lake. Also, I was trapped on the wrong side of the river, so I was […]
What River North lacks in things to do, it makes up for in misplaced objects.
Bridge construction is surreal…
I don’t know about you, but I would like to be inside this photo today.
I have never seen such a sad empty boat on the river before.
I don’t know what kind of tree this is, but it makes me happy every time I pass it.
What, you don’t have a favorite lamp post?
I don’t know if this is a big city thing or a Chicago thing, but you are certain to run into a junk truck trolling the alleys for scrap metal at some point. Recycling!
© Laura Bolesta
I could photograph Lake Michigan all day long.
I don’t know why this amused me so much, but I giggle every time I pass it.
Sometimes it’s fun to feel like a tourist in your own city.