This was the longest engagement session I have ever photographed, and we also covered the most ground!! After an incredibly delicious lunch at a deli near their place, Jennifer and Kyle and I hopped on the El and explored some more, before heading down to the lake front. I’ve done the moving train shot many times now, but it was never as challenging at this day! Those platforms really shake!!!
I love Millennium Park and the area around the Art Museum!
I love the big silver bean! The real name is Cloud Gate, and it is just so incredible!
I mentioned yesterday that it was a little dreary when we started out that morning, but by the time we got down to the lake front, the sun came out and the sky was blue! I love the skyline here, with Navy Pier, Ellis and Hancock Towers, and many other landmarks visible. SO beautiful!
The Natural History Museum is kind of fun, too!
We also came across a very popular landmark in Chicago – the Chicago style hot dog stand!
The beautiful skies didn’t last long, but that didn’t stop us. We took a walk through a park and found this beautiful spot with a view of the city in the background!
And it’s a wrap!!! I had SO much fun shooting this engagement session, and we finished up just as the clouds rolled in. Jennifer & Kyle dropped me off at the train station just as the rain finally broke through! I am hoping for totally awesome weather for their wedding this June, and look forward to sharing those amazing images with you, too!