Title: Windows

Capture Date/Time: September 28 2004 19:28
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: 70-200mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 70mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/2.8 - 1/1.5 sec
ISO: 400
Flash: None

It was nice to take a lil break from the site, thanks again to Kristina for being a guest on my site while I was away. I return with one from the archives. Most people identify my site as being Chicagocentric and its been awhile since i've posted stuff from the city. I find it much easier to walk around there during the winter season when its 40 below instead of when its 90-100 degrees out. I guess carrying a load of camera gear keeps the body warm in the dead of winter :) This one was taken from the Sears Tower. I try to go up there at least once a year to see how the city slowly evolves when viewed from a higher perspective. One of these days I would love to go on one of those photography private plane rides at Palwaukee where they will fly over the Chicago area and have a window that latches down that you can shoot out of. Maybe in the fall I'll finally get around to doing that!

5 commentsAdd yours

07.25.05/02:27 AM david jones said:

is this 98 or XP?

07.25.05/01:58 PM Dutch PhotoDay said:

This is a great night shot, all the buildings and lights, amazing!

07.26.05/05:57 AM Srijith said:

Great shot. The nightline shots never fails to impress.

08.03.05/08:47 PM Darren said:

Terrific city view. All the lights and reflections are amazing.

08.07.05/05:56 PM Markus Bergh said:

that'd be amazing to experience.