There is a channel that leads into the Diversey Motorboat Harbor in Lincoln Park. On the south side of that channel is the tiered landing pictured here, with just a few trees. I've walked past it several hundred times over the years. Yet, its simplicity continues to fascinate.
It was a lovely afternoon to experiment with infrared photography. Yes, unlike Instagram, this photograph was created in camera using a camera that had had its Bayer filter removed.
The weather was lovely today, with temperatures in the mid-60s until late afternoon, when the temperature dropped. Until today, I and a few individuals had Lincoln Park to ourselves in the afternoon, but that has now changed. High school students from Francis Parker were lounging in the park, and buying ice cream at Cafe Brauer. Photographers were out, including two with a model working just outside the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. People were stretching on lagoon landings, making selfies, and riding all sorts of skateboard like contraptions through the park. Oh yes, I almost forgot, The turtles are out in mass, perched three and four abreast on logs in the lagoon.
Looking Back Toward Diversey Parkway
Looking South From the Bridge South of the Lincoln Park Zoo