Monochrome Monday: Late in the Season

Labor Day has passed. The days are getting notably warmer. Temperatures have been on the cool side. Then a beautiful Saturday descended upon Chicago bringing out the boats, the beach goers, the swimmers undeterred by the always frigid waters. The perfect weather brought out me on my bike with my mirrorless camera. And I was…

Et Tu, Brute? – A Sad Memory

Racism is alive and well in Central Indiana. Indiana was a border state during the American Civil War residing North of the border, the side opposed to slavery. To see this racist sentiment saddens me. I am particularly alarmed by racism as I am married outside my race. My children are biracial born in the…

Monochrome Monday: Back in the Day

The bridges were all old, most over 100 years when originally built. it appeared most of the original wood had been replaced for the decades. I created this picture for an older look harkening back to the days when cameras were in their youth and pictures faded over time.

Monochrome Monday: Lakefront

One of the good things about living in a place is having the time to take varying photos of the same place under different atmospheric conditions. I ride along the Chicago lakefront on a regular basis continually monitoring the sky for interesting clouds. Lately, the sky has been blue, a sky without much character. On…