A winter view of the Chicago skyline seen from the Fullerton Avenue area at Lake Michigan.
In The Deep Winter
Chicago's Jane Byrne Park, seen from above in winter. The park, named after a former mayor, is located by the Old Water Tower beside Michigan Avenue.
Sculpted By Winter
Ice and snow form patterns on a frozen area of Lake Michigan just off the Chicago shoreline.
This is an image of just part of a sculptural group called 'The Agora' which consists of 106 cast iron, nine feet tall, headless torsos. It is by a Polish sculptor named Magdalena Abakaniwicz who lived through World War Two and the long Soviet domination of her country and was influenced by the behavior of crowds during that time. It is a permanent outdoor installation here in Chicago.
In The Cultural Center
This building, now the Cultural Center, was built in 1897 and housed the central operations of the Chicago Public Library until 1974.
Going Up And Down In Style (I)
Stairs and a landing in the Chicago Cultural Center, formerly the Chicago Public Library's central location.
Going Up And Down In Style (II)
Looking down stairs at the Chicago Cultural Center, formerly the Chicago Public Library's central location.
The Chicago Caryatids
Caryatid statues on the Museum Of Science And Industry building.
The Aqua Building
The Aqua Building in Chicago is an 84 story building designed by a woman architect, Jeanne Gang. The building was completed in 1999 and is occupied by both a Radisson Blu Hotel and residences. It is named Aqua because of the flowing appearance of its balconies and also because of its nearness to Lake Michigan.
Just A Little Bit Gothic
The view looking south from the Tribune Tower on Michigan Avenue.
The Michigan Avenue Bridge By Night
The view of this bridge from the Tribune Tower on Michigan Avenue.
LaSalle Street By Night
LaSalle Street from the bridge south to the Board Of Trade building.
Skyline By Night
Chicago's downtown skyline from the Adler Planetarium's area.
At The Rowing Basin
Lincoln Park's Rowing Basin looking south to the downtown area.
The Fat Babies Perform
The Fat Babies are a jazz band that specializes in the music of the 1920's and 1930's. Here they are performing in the Chicago Cultural Center before a large photograph of a building that has been demolished called Mecca Flats.
Kurt Elling Sings
Jazz singer Kurt Elling in performance at the Pritzker Pavilion during the 2018 Jazz Festival in Millennium Park, Chicago.
A Wedding New Orleans Style
This is a jazz band called the Kinfolk making their way through New Orleans' French Quarter from a wedding ceremony to a reception. The bride, groom and wedding party were all following behind them.
Toronto City Hall
The two curved buildings are Toronto's city hall which were very controversial when they opened in 1965. Now they are a symbol of and landmark in the city. Before them is Nathan Phillips Square which is used for ice skating, farmer's markets, etc.
A Rainy Night In Toronto
The clock tower of Toronto's Old City Hall (built 1899, now a courthouse) surrounded by modern high rises on a rainy night.