One has to – from climbing rocks, to setting up the tripod on an uneven surface, then attaching various filters on the lens, not withstanding making a big decision what lens to use at which setting. Oh, and waking up early to brave the cold to catch the sunrise that didn’t. Just to get photos like these:
At which point you wish you had better conditions.
At Chicago’s Leone Beach in Rogers Park in the far northside.
Beautiful blue hour at the Adler Planetarium/E. Solidarity Drive in the Museum Campus today, September 30, 2017.
I love going here!
Beach photo shoot, Thorndale Beach, July 9, 2017
at the lake, and I just don’t know what it is.
June 19, 2017, Lake Michigan between Oak St. and North Ave. in Gold Coast, on Lakeshore Drive
… of the impending sunrise over Lake Michigan early this morning, just before the sun rose, March 19, 2017 @ Navy Pier, Chicago. A few minutes later, this:
Aloneness of an early morning photographer, Lake Michigan, February 18, 2017
November 26, 2016
Lots of photographers on the lakefront at the Museum Campus today …
even if it was cold.
Just to photograph the skyline during the blue hour.
It was even more beautiful toward the end of the blue hour.
I just can’t have enough of it.
Lone photographer, presumably waiting for the fog to lift away from the skyline. She had been standing there for a long time.
At the lakefront on Solidarity Drive near the Adler Planetarium, recently