A little late, but these are my favorite photos I processed in March, 2012, in no particular order.
If you want any prints, contact me, and we’ll work something out.
(via Flickr: Archive of your uploads to Flickr in March 2012.)
open road, South Dakota, on my way to The Badlands
Milwaukee Nocturne Downtown Milwaukee, processed using Summer Blockbuster settings, and some other tweaks
North shore, Chicagoland (Evanston? Roger’s Park?). Technicolor Process 4 – Vibrant-no grain. Lake Michigan is rarely this blue, and probably wasn’t this blue on the day I shot the photo.
It Was Raining Gold
West Loop, during a rain storm. Sodium vapor street lights give Chicago a golden glow, at least near midnight.
Lake Street, under the “L”. Kodak Panatomic-X, toned with a hint of blue. The strong diagonals of the CTA tracks always draws my attention.
Dancing Around In Your Head
Kinzie and Canal, under the Amtrak / Metra tracks. Another Kodak Panatomic-X toned experiment. There is swirling snow on the ground, but not much.
River North and West Loop, the view from an apartment I longer have due to extenuating circumstances I don’t want to discuss, publicly. If you buy me three drinks, I’ll tell all.
Fuji Velvia 100, in emulation.
Former Cabrini Green Tower
Destroyed in 2011. Currently an empty lot, though I think Target is going to build a store there. Progress, I guess.
Future of Cabrini Green
A child’s mural on the broken concrete of the former Cabrini Green tower.
String and Steel Melodies
Division and Halsted. Hope the bridge gets repaired before it collapses…
Watereth The Hills
Kinzie, West Loop. Fuji Velvia 100F, in emulation. You can see Blommer Chocolate Company, and the Hancock Building in the background.
Naperville, IL, and a tree blossom of some sort. Apple, maybe, or pear.
So Many Things On Your Mind
Grand Avenue Bridge after a rain. Selenium toned.
Let It Go
An underpass at Hoyne, below the Bloomingdale Trail.
Every Ace Got Played
333 Wacker and adjoining buildings in the late afternoon sunlight.
For A Long Time
Sort of a random street shot W. Randolph St, in the Theatre District. Feels like a good representation of Chicago.
Wacker Drive at Night
and the Chicago River. From Wolf Point, N. Orleans.
Skadden Arps Slate
A window washer, toned blue (Agfa APX 100).
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