Lake Point Tower
I went out this afternoon looking for a pair of shoes. I decided to travel light, so I took my Leica M with the 12mm Voightlander wide angle lenses mounted, with a 28mm and a 90mm lenses in a small bag. 12mm equals insanity. You either have to be extremely close or the object needs to be very large--although I did find an exception to that rule. By day's end, I had some nice photographs, but no shoes.
Along the way, I did stop into the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, where they have an interesting exhibit entitled Eternal Youth. About 90% of the exhibit is photography by the likes of Dowoud Bey, Larry Clark, Nan Golden, Bruce Nauman, Herb Ritts, Wolfgang Timmons, and Francesca Woodman, among others.
The Tower Within the Oval
Come to Me Donald
Shadow and Stone (Switched to a 90mm lens)