Photographs, Travel

On the Chicago River in wintertime

While I was in Chicago in early January, I made a whole bunch of photographs along the Chicago River on the north end of the Loop. I shot a Minolta Maxxum 5 with a 35-70mm f/4 Maxxum AF Zoom lens. I shot some Kodak Ultramax 400 and some Fujifilm Fujicolor 200, and as I share the images I’m not going to bother telling you which photos were shot on which film. I can’t tell which photos came from which roll just by looking at these scans; can you?

On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
On the Chicago River
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4 thoughts on “On the Chicago River in wintertime

  1. Greg Clawson says:

    Great photos Jim!
    Coming from a rural/small town background, cities like Chicago and NYC make me nervous, but I would still like to shoot some cityscapes. Maybe even some street/candid photography, but I am kind of introverted, so it would be a challenge for me

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