|Lighthouse at Rogers Park Beach, Chicago|
I’ve given my blog a bit of a break to allow the corresponding post to my WSJ essay some space, but I’ve missed blogging! I guess that is to be expected after having done it consistently every day for more than a month? Ok, so here is just a little photo essay from my jaunt to Rogers Park Beach yesterday.
All these photos were shot with my Smartphone, so the quality is not the best, but I was stunned how this shot of the lighthouse against the yesterday’s hazy horizon turned out. And capturing the figures in that constellation was purely a matter of spotting them and clicking the camera at that very moment.
I’ve walked out on that pier many times, but never before did I see the submerged rocks. That’s how clear and calm the lake was. Plus here’s a bit of urban reality in the form of graffiti (funny how it matches my tote bag!) at my feet.