Tag Archive: Chicago

There and back again

After three weeks of being stranded at a desolate town that I can only describe as an unworldly ignorant mashup between “Jersey Shore,” “Duck Dynasty,” and “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo,” I have… Continue reading

35mm glass, snow, and gluhwein

It felt great to hit the streets again with my lenses, and as much as I enjoy hunting for light at night as I have been in my past few outings, It was… Continue reading

A cold reality

All doubt of winter’s arrival vanished today as the sharp cold sub-20° F air  swept through the Chicago streets downtown.   Despite this, Chicagoans—being no strangers to such conditions—were out in full force… Continue reading

Remember Remember Chicago in November

Earlier this month, I began a small project of documenting autumn around the city, in particular from various viewpoints and locations.  At least I attempted to, anyways, as I eventually got caught up… Continue reading

Autumnocolypse now!

Three weeks ago, my friend Adam Barbanell, a fellow fencer, photographer, and fencing photographer, invited me to accompany him on a photo-trek through the Morton Arboretum out west in Lisle, Illinois.  He had… Continue reading

Midnight hunting

Originally, I had planned on spending this weekend at home, resting and working at my leisure on my couch.  It has been a particularly long and wearing week—or rather several weeks—with inundating and… Continue reading