Sick of looking at pictures of the Chicago skyline yet? I’m not! Here are four taken over the last two days, the last taken just an hour ago:
Perhaps there are other ways of looking?
Follow Wallace Stevens: We’re due nine more.
(I enjoy them. They’re the same in one way, yet different enough to be interesting.)
The last one with the sun making the wall of cloud glow us a picture I was messing with myself a couple nights ago. It looks like the cloud has an owie
You’ve got a prime location for a Chicago Skyline Webcam. Just sayin.
Or, as I’ve already suggested, some time lapse photography.
I’m not sick of it. They’re excellent – & thank you!
Very nice, thanks!
Very nice. The first one is very JMW Turner.
It’s like those impressionists who painted the same scene in different light!
I am not at all tired of the variations on Chicago. Glad you have an office with such a view, and a camera.
I never tire of these photos.
I love the Chicago skyline at night when approaching O’Hare from the east over Lake Michigan. An unobstructed port side window seat makes for a glowing image some distance out.
I was just in Chicago last week for business. I was downtown the entire time and it was great! A very beautiful an vibrant place. I can’t wait to go back. Oh, and Chicago deep-dish pizza is amazing!
Having been trying to install a day/ night security camera system today, I wonder … how does it look in (substantially) different wavelengths? IR is easy to arrange, but consumer-available UV cameras?
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Hmmmm, filter issues : http://people.rit.edu/andpph/text-ultraviolet-wratten-18A.html
But this page, while going overboard about a particular lens, points out that both police (for forensic work ; Luminol, for example) and medics (for skin examination) have regular needs for good UV photography, so I’ll file that information for future use.
If we could “see” RF noise … we’d probably all be effectively blind.
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