single frame: Between the Wrigley Building towers

Wrigley building

Between the Wrigley Building towers
Minolta Maxxum 5
35-70mm f/4 Maxxum AF Zoom
Fujifilm Fujicolor 200

I’m fascinated with the Wrigley Building in Chicago. You’ll find it on Michigan Avenue, on the west side of the street, just north of the Chicago River. The building has two towers connected by an arched pedestrian walkway. This creates a courtyard of sorts, one of concrete rather than of grass, between the towers. I find this to be a stunning view and I love to photograph it.

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6 responses to “single frame: Between the Wrigley Building towers”

  1. Roger Meade Avatar
    Roger Meade

    Very nice shot. Another that could be from an old hand tinted postcard.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Thanks Roger!

  2. marcusterrypeddle Avatar

    Beautiful building. It’s difficult to find interesting architecture.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Chicago overflows with it.

  3. Dan Cluley Avatar
    Dan Cluley

    What a great shot. I have been past there dozens of times and it never occurred to me to explore off the sidewalk.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      I came to be in here because there’s a Walgreens in this building and it exits into this concrete courtyard. Such a stunning view.

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