A Chicago sky on a wet summer’s day. Such beautiful architecture. Everywhere I turned there was a photo waiting to be snapped.

Holga 120 CFN, Kodak Tri-X 400.

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Comments

  • terugvanver
    terugvanveralmost 5 years ago

    wonderful image

  • thanks :-)

    – KerrieMcSnap

  • Virginia McGowan
    Virginia McGowanalmost 5 years ago

    wow Kerrie superb ..

  • Thanks!

    – KerrieMcSnap

  • ChristineBetts
    ChristineBettsalmost 5 years ago

    wow…what a stunning shot and the treatment is divine:)

  • Thanks Christine. No treatment, though – I shot with a Holga and that’s just the way it came out. :-) I love film!

    – KerrieMcSnap

  • Russ Styles
    Russ Stylesover 4 years ago

    Excellent image, very moody…FAVE…

  • Thanks Russ.

    – KerrieMcSnap

  • Marie Sharp
    Marie Sharpover 4 years ago


    Please enter this great capture into our current challenge!

  • Thanks Marie!

    – KerrieMcSnap

  • Davide Ferrari
    Davide Ferrariover 4 years ago

    stunning view!
    well done Kerrie.

  • Thanks Davide!

    – KerrieMcSnap

  • Marie Sharp
    Marie Sharpover 4 years ago

  • Thank you, Marie.

    – KerrieMcSnap

  • BaVincio
    BaVincioabout 3 years ago

    WAY friggin COOL!

  • :-)

    – KerrieMcSnap

  • BaVincio
    BaVincioabout 3 years ago

    If you look at it for a few seconds, the clouds look like they are moving!!

  • BaVincio
    BaVincioabout 3 years ago

    Like opt art – stare at the top of the building for a couple seconds – the clouds begin to move! Way way way too cool!! A definite favorite!!

  • Oh, I’ve never noticed that before… thanks for your kind comments.

    – KerrieMcSnap

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