Title: Sun-Times Sub Zero

Capture Date/Time: January 31 2004 14:20
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: 12-24mm f/4G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 12mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/9 - 1/320 sec
ISO: 200
Flash: None

Here's one from the archives that I never got around to posting which shows the former Sun-Times building, which no longer exists. The ice fragments in the Chicago River remind me of a mosaic floor tile pattern.

9 commentsAdd yours

12.22.05/08:02 AM Manual Exposure said:

This is a great shot. You should keep this one, make a backup of a backup (of a backup even!) to show your kids what it used to look like--I fear that tower Trump is building where the Sun Times once stood is going to ruin this part of the skyline.

12.22.05/08:39 AM nonononono said:

what? is there no stopping this disease of the trump virus?
his buildings are ugly ugly ugly. stupid tasteless trump.

12.22.05/09:27 AM mr bill said:

This is a blast from the frigid past! Love the ice patterns on the river.

12.22.05/04:40 PM armeen said:

wow, this is a side of chicago that i have never seen. nice capture.

12.23.05/06:48 AM ana said:


12.23.05/05:12 PM Simon C said:

Great perspective, lovely ice texture.

12.25.05/10:32 PM john said:


12.25.05/10:33 PM Josh said:

Your photos lately have been so amazing. Keep up the great work!

12.29.05/03:02 AM zbjernak said:

for a moment i thought this is some kind of effect..art things on the river

amazing...very nice