Friday, July 25, 2008

Chicago's LaSalle Street


LaSalle Street, the heart of the financial district in Chicago, is lined with numerous imposing edifices featured in numerous movies including the The Dark Knight - and rightly so. The stately columns of the Federal Reserve Bank and the art deco Chicago Board of Trade building form the southern end of the money district and the light often bounces from one to the other in an interesting way.

It's one of the best locations to shoot in the Windy City at mid-day as the light reaches the street in the canyon of buildings. After a year of maintenance, the clock on the CBOT building has been repaired and the scaffolding removed, so it's a prime point of interest once again.

2 comments:

Dfabbri said...

Great Chicago imagery Kim. I really enjoyed a quick buzz around your blog.

Professor said...

Love the windows, light, shadows and angles of all of this working together- nice!