DuSable Bridge leading practically into the Tribune Tower is one of the most commonly taken perspectives in Chicago, to a point where it deserves the designation of iconic.
My take on it is neither original nor superior to any other photographs of this view. It scores pretty high on my personal scale of “like a postcard” shots. I am fully behind the notion that the Golden Hour is the best time for capturing vivid landscapes, but urban ones nonetheless frequently benefit from the brilliant azure skies in the middle of a day.
I love the architectural richness of Chicago. It’s a bit of a shame that I never get to spend more than half a day on exploring the city on my visits to the area. I need to make arrangements with the family for a couple of days the next time around. Hopefully, they’ll let me.