Chicago at sunset, from across the lake.

Gapers Block: Rearview - A Photograph of Chicago by John Crouch

“Get that f**king camera out of here!”

Never-Before-Seen Blues Brothers Photographs by Norman Seeff, 1978/1981

Hit it.

onlyoldphotography:

Harry Callahan: Multiple Exposure Tree, Chicago, 1956

onlyoldphotography:

Harry Callahan: Multiple Exposure Tree, Chicago, 1956

spinblackcircles:

Chicago Skyline from Indiana, across Lake Michigan.

Absolutely gorgeous.

spinblackcircles:

Chicago Skyline from Indiana, across Lake Michigan.

Absolutely gorgeous.

“Flying over Ohio Street, 1300ft up, looking southeast. Waited all week to share this." [via]
(via Gapers Block: Rearview — a gorgeous mural captured by Andre Van Vegten.

(via Gapers Block: Rearview — a gorgeous mural captured by Andre Van Vegten.

jonaht:

Lights of Chicago, Illinois

Lovely as always

jonaht:

Lights of Chicago, Illinois

Lovely as always

laughingsquid:

Average Web App Generates an Average Image from Flickr Photo Sets and Tags

Yoinks, Gapers Block is cited! Thanks!
Vivian Maier found fame after her death through the efforts of the collectors who own most of her prodigious work. But depending on how U.S. copyright law is interpreted, the ultimate benefactor of Maier’s fame may turn out to be the state of Illinois. 
Read how: The Curious Case of Vivian Maier’s Copyright

Vivian Maier found fame after her death through the efforts of the collectors who own most of her prodigious work. But depending on how U.S. copyright law is interpreted, the ultimate benefactor of Maier’s fame may turn out to be the state of Illinois. 

Read how: The Curious Case of Vivian Maier’s Copyright

calumet412:

State Street, 1962, Chicago. Lee Balterman

A thousand words. More, really.

calumet412:

State Street, 1962, Chicago. Lee Balterman

A thousand words. More, really.