There are Trees in the City
One of the things I might do if I had a day to myself, is to walk around a city with my camera. :)
Once the Giant
This was the tallest building in the world for 25 years (1973-1998) and was built by the largest retailer in the world (Sears). Each record has now been surpassed many times.
Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), Chicago, Illinois.
We're Not In Kansas Anymore
Looking up in the city. Downtown Chicago, Illinois.
Steel on the Water
View of the skyscrapers of Chicago from Navy Pier.
Light from Boston's financial district reflects on the frozen Charles River. This was a very cold and windy night. The wind made it hard to keep my tripod and camera still. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
We work in steel buildings and fly in aluminum planes. We drive in metal cars and use computers and smarphones made with several metals. Metal is everywhere. :) Downtown Chicago, Illinois.
Over 700 homes on 70 floors are in this one building. Lake Point Tower, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Chicago has some of the nicest public outdoor spaces I've seen. This is the Great Lawn at Millennium Park in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Light trails in Charlotte, North Carolina.
City by the Lake
Skyline of Chicago, Illinois, USA. A beautiful city with much to see and to do. Stitched from 3 photos, this turned into a 40.6 megapixel image, with amazing detail. View on Flickr or Google+ and zoom in. :)
Why Hello, Charlotte!
The skyscrapers of downtown Charlotte, North Carolina glow brightly in the evening light. After my meetings were done, I drove downtown and practiced both my light trails and cityscape photography. I hope you like it. :)
1,000 feet above Chicago, Illinois. Quite the view.
I just spent most of the week in this city on business. I find large cities so interesting...the history, the architecture, the people, and everything else. This is four shots stitched together...which is what caused the distortion...but I like it this way.