Kinzie and Canal St. Night experience

There is no shortage of great photos in this city of ours. On a spur of the moment shoot I decided to take a detour from my destination. It was very late, 1 am to be exact but that didn't matter, it was a very clear night and perfect to capture some of the ambiance. Starting from the Clark n Lake blue line stop, I made my way down to Canal St. I never realized how quite it can be in the city late at night. With my SONY dslr ready I began to take my shots. From where I stood I can see an old bridge raised in the sky line, decided to make that my point of interest. When I finally reached it I was surprised to see more photographer with a wide array of equipment capturing some of the same bridge, very cool guys, even letting me use their tripod, since all I had was my camera. Capturing lots of amazing shots the ones featured on this gallery were the best from my little adventure.

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    My name is Frank Garcia, I am an artist and musician. I have a passion for photography, mainly night photography. Night brings out an elegance and character of the Windy City that is rarely seen by the public. In the past few years I have captured many images of the city with my camera from Lake Shore drive to the downtown area. I am also very involved in the rock/metal music scene here in the mid-west. i am guitarist for the band Waking Chaos and Nekropsy. As an artist, I use airbrush, spray-paint, pencil.ink and traditional acrylic for paintings. You can visit my art galleries by going to my web site link from the site.

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