©2010 Chicago Tribune/Alex Garcia
A jogger crosses the lens plane as I lay flat on cold concrete photographing a pedestrian bridge next to Lake Michigan. I was glad he wasn’t freaked out by a stranger, basically in a sniper position, laying down in the middle of his morning routine. Up until that point, pedestrians, bicyclists and joggers would run close to the side of the bridge to get out of the picture or maybe to avoid my presence. In preparation for the moment, I had been tweaking that sunburst at right – just too much either way would have created intense lens flare, or would have blocked it completely. This was one of those enjoyable mornings of beautiful sun, invigorating weather, and time to explore. Just lovely…
Lovely moment, Alex!! Your images are terrific!!