Here’s an idea… stick with me… let’s design and build, not one, but two giant LED glass block towers, and have them face each other. Then, let’s have water cascade down from the top of these towers. Then, let’s project a video of a giant face on the giant glass block towers. Then, let’s video the face changing, as if to expel water from it’s mouth, and at just the precise moment, we actually shoot a stream of water from the mouth of the giant LED face. Cool? Right? Thank you Jaume Plensa.
The majestic Penn Station, located at 7th & 8th Avenues, between 31st & 33rd Streets in New York, guides the travelers and wanderers of the world.
Let’s kick off 2018 with a view of Michigan Avenue, Chicago. If you can, you need to visit this oh so photogenic city, then, visit yours truly!
Short for “elevated”, Chicagoans are always talking about taking the “L” to this, or, that destination.
I wonder if Cloud Gate, a.k.a., The Bean, is the most photographed object in Chicago. I am pretty sure that you cannot exhaust the limitless possibilities this fascinating sculpture represents from a photographer’s perspective.
This is what you see on your way to Maggie Daley Park from Millennium Park.
While going through Chicago photos for my last couple of posts I ran across this one and thought I would share. The Bean is a fascinating piece of modern, urban art that is an inexhaustible photographic subject. It’s fun too!
Back to Millennium Park for this post. Chicago is a remarkable city to experience as a photographer. I hope to take some more time this year to enjoy the architecture and parks of the Windy City.
I have not researched this yet to know the artist(s) or project, but there are at least four of these giant heads in and around Millennium Park in Chicago. This one makes a nice addition to the skyline, don’t you think?
Another shot of the Bean that everyone just has to see. If you are ever in Chicago-land, Millennium Park is must see, and so is the Bean.