Monday, February 16, 2009
I'll finish up this week (or so) of panoramic/mosaic images with a couple which hopefully illustrate that interesting photos can be made in mundane locations.
This one was taken in Rosemont, IL a couple of years ago. That's the rear of a Target store on the left, and a generic suburban motel on the right. You can't see it in the photos, but the space between those two buildings points right to one of the runways at O'Hare airport. Before you get to the airport, however, you'd pass through a large arena and a freeway. Typical suburban landscape (my sister calls it 'generica'), but I like the panorama I made there.