With the weather changing in Chicago, I’ve notice my desire of where to take pictures changing. In city views, where “summer weather” is preferred, those are pretty much gone for the season. In pictures like the one above, of traffic blurring along Chicago’s Kennedy Expressway, there really aren’t any trees to make it look like summer or winter. This picture could have been taken in 110-degree temperatures or 10-degree temps. The only real hint is I’m probably not going to venture outside on those bone-chilling winter days.
Last winter, when Chicago was frozen like a popsicle, I did venture out but that was because weather was an anomaly and worth venturing out for. So far, winter has sucked and I haven’t wanted to do much of anything. However, in the next few weeks and months I’ll start to hit some of those “indoor locations” like the Cultural Center, Union Station, a few of Chicago’s spectacular churches and some department stores decked out for the holidays.