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A panorama of downtown Chicago, as seen from the John Hancock Observatory on Michigan Avenue. The sun is setting out of frame, to the right.

A panorama of downtown Chicago, as seen from the John Hancock Observatory on Michigan Avenue. The sun is setting out of frame, to the right.

Downtown Chicago, as seen from the Adler Planetarium, reflected in the ripples of Lake Michigan.
Chicago, IllinoisSeptember 11, 2013

Downtown Chicago, as seen from the Adler Planetarium, reflected in the ripples of Lake Michigan.

Chicago, Illinois
September 11, 2013

The Chicago River, as seen from State Street, runs between buildings downtown.
Chicago, IllinoisSeptember 11, 2013

The Chicago River, as seen from State Street, runs between buildings downtown.

Chicago, Illinois
September 11, 2013

“what kinds of lenses do you use?”
— asked by Anonymous

A basic Canon kit lens (18-135mm, f/3.5-3.6) with tons of splotches on the glass lol and a Canon 50mm f/1.8

Not every picture is worth a thousand words. The value of an image depends on how much you give it to say.
— Brian Smith
The moon was quite beautiful tonight!

The moon was quite beautiful tonight!

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