More Chi-town scenery. You can walk for days on end to take in all of the amazing architecture the city has to offer. This building is not particularly amazing but we enjoy the composition and intriguing allure that it has on the viewer. This shot is all like, "hey!, look, im a big cool building, and i have a lot of friends, come check me out." More to come...
So I went for a road trip last Thursday to see some friends in Texas and float the Guadalupe River. The drive down through north texas is pretty awesome, albeit a little boring at times. You go through a bunch of tiny towns that have some pretty grand photo opportunities. This just happened to be one of them.
I actually stopped to take pictures of some grain elevators but saw these three cars all lined up next to each other. So I shot 1 picture of each car and here they are. Don't remember the name of the town... I want to say it was Childress but I'm not positive.
Road trips are great, not to mention ones with a new car. ~Lee
Well, the title doesn't exactly work as well as Miles' did but whatever. I took this picture about 2 months ago (maybe longer).
During the winter in Colorado Springs I always thought the steam coming from the power plant downtown looked pretty awesome. So naturally, as with all things awesome, I decided to get up early before work and take a picture. It ended up being a tough panorama to take because the steam was moving pretty fast. I'll probably try to get a better picture again next year.
More power to ya, ~Lee
P.S. I also got a new car yay! And since it is also awesome I took a picture of it as well.