Gary Jackson: Fire When Ready Pottery
A Chicago potter’s somewhat slanted view of clay & play
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Big sky. Big clouds. Big panoramic photo.

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Big sky. Big clouds. Big skyline… and a great parking spot right by the Lake!

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Big clouds covering the sunrise this morning…
so big that they need a panoramic shot to capture the morning drama.

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Big sky show yesterday morning… and no need for special glasses to see THIS one!!!

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Wispy pink clouds dotting the horizon early this morning.

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Big sky show with rippled reflections across the lakefront.

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Sweeping skies & colorful clouds make for a beautiful panoramic shot
of the lakefront and the Chicago Skyline… and my bike!

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Categories: photography, sunrise

Big sky. Big color. Big sky show.
Big panoramic photos!!!

Categories: photography, sunrise

Sweeping clouds need sweeping panoramic photos!

Categories: Chicago, photography

Summer in the City. Another beautiful night…
and a video that shows off the beauty of our Chicago nights.
Here’s an incredible video showcasing our incredible City.

Click here for the full video from The Chicagoist.

According to chicagoist.com…
The videographer behind some of our favorite time lapse videos showcasing Chicago’s seasons and skyline is back with another one: Max Wilson recently released a new time lapse focused on the city’s nighttime lights—including some epic fireworks shots.

The video, “Windy City Nights III,” shows off Chicago’s downtown skyline, fireworks over the lake, Michigan Avenue and more. As Wilson wrote of the video on Vimeo, the video included five years-worth of work, with a combination of favorite shots from past projects and newer, more recent shots.

“It’s a culmination of photography work in Chicago at night for the past 5 years,” he wrote. “My focus has always been on the city skyline and the architecture of the buildings. I really enjoy night time photography because it lends itself well to the timelapse technique. With all the movement and lights at night, it really is something special. You can really see the pulse of Chicago at night.”

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