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Adventures in Photography: Michigan Avenue


As a kid growing up in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, I’ve had my chances to travel down to the “big city.” As a child, the idea of a school field trip to Chicago came with immense anticipation. The same anticipation still rises in me as I walk down Michigan Avenue on a Saturday. It is simply like no other street in the world. The crowds of bustling tourists, children and shoppers makes it a nightmare to walk through but worth the sites. I decided to undertake a photo shoot in the middle of this holiday rush to see what I could come up with. I tried focusing on people, as well as the buildings surrounding them. It was easy to blend in with the dozens of others, and most people didn’t flinch when a camera was aimed their way. I give you Michigan Avenue:

Bench outside of Church

Church Courtyard

Vanity Shot


Lastly: The Man

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