Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Chicago Buildings on a Rare Sunny Winter Day

I recently walked about town with my new Pentax K-01 camera recommended by Jonathan over at Chicago Boyz and even read a bit of the manual (a shock!), and found a custom setting for "blue sky". The camera took far better pictures than I was used to although I am still having trouble fitting what I want to see into the frame since I am used to a tiny (crappy) digital camera.

Here is 900 North Michigan with the distinctive 4 spires on top and the Chicago city flag blowing in the breeze.

The Allerton hotel with the iconic "Tip Top Tap" bar on the roof, and the Hancock in the background.

The classic Fourth Presbyterian Church with the Park Tower in the background.

Cross posted at Chicago Boyz

1 comment:

Gerry from Valpo said...

Nice. Real Chamber of Commerce postcard stuff.