Title: Guide to the Sky

Capture Date/Time: May 29 2005 11:26
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: 12-24mm f/4G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 12mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/11 - 1/500 sec
ISO: 200
Flash: None

It's been awhile since I walked around the Downtown Chicago Area and paid homage to its lovely buildings. I'm baaack!

8 commentsAdd yours

05.31.05/12:00 AM John said:

I love this shot. I should try to get downtown soon.

05.31.05/08:05 AM Darren said:

Breathtaking. The lines of the building in the lower-right are really interesting--sort of curved.

05.31.05/10:13 AM wr7259 said:

i love this, i love this,i love this!!!

05.31.05/04:28 PM Jorge Lesmes said:


05.31.05/07:08 PM W said:

That's an awesome shot. Concrete, steel, glass and sky...

05.31.05/07:11 PM Paulo Ribeiro said:

The buildings are beautiful and the toning suits them really well. I am impressed by how tall the building coming from the bottom left corner seems to be!

06.01.05/06:05 PM tamara said:


06.05.05/04:59 PM Donna Lee Michas said:

Excellent. Composition, detail, tone ... all of it. Kudos.

I've been doing alot of this lately at the complex where I live, Waterside Plaza in Manhattan. But the buildings there are identical and spaced far apart, so although the effect is still dramatic, it doesn't have the variety yours has.