Sunday, December 30, 2007

from Chicago: walk

I started out early. On the El, taking it south, beyond the Art Institute. And from there, I turned around and walked back. Miles and miles of Chicago streets, until I was too spent to walk any more.

Here is a handful of photos, chronologically, from the walk, for Ocean:

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Good night.


  1. Love the shoes pic. Red shoes and sneakers. Mmmm.
    George H.

  2. A few years ago (well alot of years ago), my husband and I walked a similar path down many blocks in Chicago - in the winter alas. Cold.

    But it was fun. Now I'm gonna have to go dig up some pics of that trip. It was really quite fun.

  3. Thank you for a great photo essay. Simply wonderful.

    Each photo could inspire its own short story. The perfect way to bring a creative year to a close -- with photos that linger.

  4. I've always loved your photography, and I love Chicago in the winter - it seems so much more 'real,' and so much less touristy and Epcot Center-ish than New York.


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