Chicago: A Photo Essay
I have spent nearly the entirety of the past year in South America. I had become accustomed to great architecture, insightful museums, and entertaining sporting and cultural events. I traveled to Chicago expecting nothing similar to that, and was shocked and impressed with what the Windy City had to offer. This is a photo essay documenting my week in Chicago.
The Chicago Metro lines are filled with sounds, from the violent rails crashing to beautiful jazz.
To my surprise Chicago is filled with great architecture
Being an 80s child and a huge nba basketball fan…the biggest draw to Chicago for me was anything Michael Jordan related
I went on a search for some iconic pictures and ran into the very photogenic Union Station.
The Columns of Union Station make photography easy
I don’t care what the official name is, it will always be Sears Tower.
Like Mike, I dunk on people…
I’m really not sure of the point of this big shinny bean, but it does make for some fun photography opportunities.
Field Museum of Natural History. It is a must visit!
A look over the harbour at night. As a Montreal Canadiens fan this picture hurts a little bit. But it was still fun to be a part of the Stanley Cup atmosphere in the city. It’s been a long time coming for them!
Navy Pier features a huge Ferries Wheel. This picture of the skyline of Chicago was taken from the top of the Ferris Wheel.
No Trip to Chicago is fulfilled without a trip to a ball game. It makes for the perfect family day,
In Chicago there is really no need to seek out concerts… there is free music everywhere, including the streets and the subways.
Nothing like a day at a theme park. Six Flags Great America is packed with things to do, a very easy way to spend a day.
Shedd Aquarium is well worth the entrance fee. But be prepared to spend the entire day here, it is filled with exhibits, a 4D film, and live action shows.
Chicago may not be on your travel lists, it wasn’t on mine, but it should be.