You can say you’re not interested in architecture, but one day you’ll visit Chicago and realize that an entire city can be a work of art. I don’t know anything about architecture, and I wasn’t really listening to our docent on the Architecture Foundation river tour. I was looking, however, and here are some of the things I saw.
When criticized for not featuring people in his landscapes, Ansel Adams replied that there were two people in every photograph: the photographer and the viewer. I’m starting to understand.
For those who like to know such things, all images were shot with a Nikon d300 and Nikon 50mm f1.8 lens.