Category 'Architecture'


94th Floor, Hancock Tower

This Week’s Photo – 94th Floor, Hancock Tower What a view! Don’t be fooled – the best views of Chicago are not from the Sears (Willis) Tower but rather the Hancock Tower. They have an observation deck 94 floors up that has an incredible vantage point of the city. All that was left for me […]


Sports Authority Field at Mile High

This Week’s Photo – Farewell Invesco Field Sports Authority Field at Mile High… doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue does it? I guess that’s what Bronco fans and the public had¬†originally said about “Invesco Field at Mile High” instead of simply, “Mile High Stadium.” It will take a season or two but I’m sure we […]


The House that Stood Still

This Week’s Photo – The House that Stood Still Overcast, dreary skies might scare some people away but I love em’. They can create a striking atmosphere if your subject plays well off the flat lighting and gray skies. I came across this long forgotten barn and had to capture it one afternoon. This house […]


The Mile High City

This Week’s Photo: The Mile High City It only took me four tries to get this shot. All I wanted was a ¬†morning shot of the Denver skyline and City Park with a few decent clouds! It seemed like every time I was here there was either no clouds, or it was just too hazy. […]


The Bright Lights of New York in Vegas

This Week’s Photo – The Bright Lights of New York in Vegas This is one of my favorite shots I captured in Vegas. It is of the New York – New York Hotel right on the Las Vegas Strip. I finally returned home from seven days in Las Vegas for business travel. And let me […]



This Week’s Photo – Chicagoland After landing in Chicago, I had to hustle down to the end of the city in time to get some twilight skyline shots. This was taken out by the Alder Planetarium, which I think offers the best, most expansive views of the skyline. I was amazed by how many wedding […]



This Week’s Image – Cloudgate Sorry y’all for my absence this past week. I have been extremely with work. As a matter of fact, I was out in Chicago for business these last few days. Of course I would bring my camera for a trip like! Chicago is an amazing city to photograph – there […]


The Chapel on the Rock

This Week’s Photo – The Chapel on the Rock The founder of Camp St. Malo, Monsignor Joseph Bosetti, had for years entertained an idea that one day he would build a chapel on this site. In 1916 he and two friends observed a falling meteor during the night and in his search for the remnants […]


Happy Easter!

This Week’s Photo – The Great St. John’s Cathedral This church is quite the gem, just look at the architecture! It is actually 100 years old as of this year. When I was here, I pretended that I was in one of those famous churches Italy. I walked in here, breathed deeply, listen to the […]


Cloudy Days from Union Station

This Week’s Image – Cloudy Days from Union Station This is one of my favorite shots of Union Station in Denver. Sadly, they have removed all of the steel beams and overhangs due to recent renovations. I am already getting nostalgic looking at this view knowing I can never get it again! The great thing […]