Big Sister's Watching

Big Sister’s Watching

This is a shot from a few weeks ago when I was borrowing the Canon 8-15mm fisheye, shot at 14mm.  I am always admiring those shots from guys like Seth Oliver of reflections off of park benches and other objects around the city.  When I saw this puddle in Crown Fountain, I wanted to try the same type of thing.


Earth Hour

Earth Hour is tomorrow night.  Many of the city’s buildings, including most of the skyline, will be turning off their lights from 8:30 to 9:30 tomorrow night.  Any good ideas for where to go to shoot this?  I imagine there will be a lot of you down at Adler planetarium.  I think it’s the lights that make the skyline look as good as it does, but this is an opportunity that only comes around once a year. Maybe this is a good time to shoot from the Hancock?  What do you guys think?

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When I’m not staying up all night figuring out the details of our next Out of Chicago Conference, you’ll find me at the park with our son and daughter, playing my guitar, out on the golf course, or following my favorite (Detroit) sports teams. I love Chicago, but I’ll always root for my Tigers, Red Wings, Lions, Michigan sports, and Pistons.

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  • Wonderful capture; love everything about this one!