Category Archives: Parks
Sadly, the city of Chicago lost another hero last night. Chicago Fire Department Captain Herbert Johnson passed away Friday night from injuries received in the line of duty while battling a fire on the south side of the city. It’s … Continue reading
With the sun bazing and hardly a cloud in the sky, it was a perfect Sunday in Chicago to get out and hit the beach. So after driving down Lake Shore Drive all week and watching the progression of crews … Continue reading
Six acres of serenity in the heart of the city, the magnificent park at Lakeshore East is the centerpiece of the community. This virtual botanic garden designed by world-renowned landscape architect James Burnett together with Chicago’s Site Design Group was … Continue reading
A homeless man sleeps on a park bench in Daley Bicentennial Plaza right off of Randolph street.
Merrill C. Meigs Field Airport (IATA: CGX, ICAO: KCGX), was a single strip airport that operated from December 1948 until March 2003. It was built on Northerly Island, the man-made peninsula that was also the site of the 1933–1934 Century of Progress in Chicago. The airport opened on December … Continue reading
I took this shot while walking along the Lakefront Trail between Montrose Beach and Foster Beach.
A fog rolls in throughout the park and covers the park, leaving a lonely tree exposed.
People gather on a hill in the park near Montrose Beach to fly their kites during the annual “Mayor Daley’s Kids and Kites Festival”. The festival allowed kids to assemble their own kites and fly them on a grassy expanse at … Continue reading
A shot of spring in the park.
This photo was taken from Ping Tom park in Chinatown.