Several years back I photographically attacked the Grosse Point Lighthouse in Evanston, Illinois; sadly I haven’t been back since. The lighthouse is less than a dozen miles from where I live, and I need to revisit it.
I’d imagine it’s a spectacular place to photograph in autumn. The lighthouse is located among trees about one hundred meters/yards from Lake Michigan’s shoreline.
This past autumn, for the week before and after the prime color extravaganza, I had some things come up that pulled me away from photography. That bummed me out because I had been waiting for most of the summer for autumn to arrive, and when it did I was nowhere to be found.
Before waiting until October of 2012, I’ll head back up to Evanston to see what winter and spring and a gentle snowfall can produce.
June 2007. (2662)