There was another picture I wanted to use for this week’s topic but I think this picture is a better representation of the topic. Advertisements
It’s been almost a year since I visited Chicago and I’m feeling a bit nostalgic.
After scouring my archives, I finally came up with a picture for this week’s topic – Eyes.
I’m usually stumped when the words, “store, shopping, or pets” pop up in a challenge but in this case, I was prepared.
I’ve only ever ridden an airplane maybe five times, not counting the return trips and I’ve never really notice how bumpy the ride can get sometimes until my trip to Chicago a few months ago.
I’ve been meaning to participate in more photography challenges but I just couldn’t find the time to really organize my pictures. I know, excuses excuses excuses, but I’ve found the time this week to do that. So may I present my gallery of black and white building. Cee’s Black & White Challenge
Have you ever had a moment where you look at a picture on the tiny screen of your camera and thought, “Gee, this is such a perfect picture.” Then, when you blow the picture up on your desktop, you’re like, “What in the world!”
I came across this challenge and couldn’t resist. I took this picture on the third day of my Chicago trip. This picture was taken at the entrance of Lou Mitchell’s Diner located at the start of Historic Route 66.
I have a minor fear of heights. I say minor because I don’t freak out like my mom. My knees would just buckle. So when I found myself standing in line with my hotel roommate along with a few of the group members in line to board the elevator to the 103rd floor of the…
I love going to museums because first of all, I’m kind of a history lover and secondly, museums are quiet rich learning environments and I get to see something different every time I go.
It’s hard to believe I was in the Windy City just two Sundays ago. I can still remember that day as if it happened yesterday. I was wandering around Millennium Park searching for my group while feeling irritating and panicky.
One of the things we did most on the trip beside walking was eating. I am not complaining here. I am actually a foodie. I enjoyed every minute of it. It was like I’ve landed in food paradise.
This picture was taken during my first night in Chicago.
So yesterday, I took my first solo trip (first time without mom by my side) and I must say, it feels different. There is a degree of freedom I’ve never thought I’d feel.
Good morning, everyone!