Photos taken in Chicago
The "Big John" Hancock Building towers over the smaller silhouette of John Noble under the arch of the South Pond Pavillion in Chicago's Lincoln Park.
This photo of Upper Wacker Drive at rush hour and the ramp to Lower Wacker Drive was taken from the 18th floor of 200 S Wacker Drive, which is across the street from the Sears/Willis Tower in Chicago.
Appearing small and almost insignificant compared to the commercial buildings of Chicago's Loop, the Art Institue's main entrance peers west down Adams Street.
Chicago musician and artist Jienan Yuan readies for a concert at Link's Hall in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood.
An infant held rapt by the camera as her parents adopt stoic poses reminiscent of Grant Wood's "American Gothic". Taken along West Wacker Drive in Chicago.
When it comes to keeping your toes warm, nothing beats a warm cat on a cold Chicago winter night.
Especially in the cold of winter, leaving "your" 'L' station and being nearly home after a long day is a warm feeling.
I love landing at Midway Airport not just because it means I'm almost home, but because you are so up close and personal with the City of Chicago.
The bus stop for buses headed west away from Chicago's Water Tower, paired with a tourist information kiosk.