I’ve made it no secret through this blog and on Twitter and Instagram that I love the Chicago skyline. The Windy City was highlighted in my ongoing A Million Skyline Looks series earlier in the year.
A few months back I made my annual summer time trip to Chi-town which meant more skyline photo opportunity. Each trip brings with it the same tried-and-true spots along with new roof top bars, new neighborhoods and different vantage points. It was not an issue finding a million more skyline looks! Well without further ado:
Michigan Avenue at the Chicago River, enough said.
Looking down the Chicago River towards Lake Michigan, between all the tall buildings.
Looking at all the skyscrapers due north from up-top Hyatt Regency Chicago.
Plenty of cityscape awaits the visitors of Grant Park.
Chicago skyline from alongside Adler Planetarium and Lake Michigan.
There you are whenever I need you Willis Tower from Grant Park.
Looking straight towards Chicago Union Station. Where are you Amtrak?
Enjoying the night-time city views from up-top The Godfrey Hotel in the North Loop.
The Godfrey Hotel rooftop in the North Loop.
Hanging out at the Vertigo Sky Lounge brings with it city views in all directions.
Dusk up-top the Dana Hotel & Spa at Vertigo Sky Lounge.
The 26th Floor and Vertigo Sky Lounge equals lots of Chicago skyline beauty.
The Chicago Riverfront brings with it beautiful city views.
Looking to the south from up-top Hyatt Regency Chicago.
Chicago skyline from up-top ZED451 in North Loop
Besides capturing the vastness of the city on this trip I decided to play a little peekaboo with the Sears, I mean, Willis Tower. It always seems to be in view. A great navigational tool in fact if you ever get lost.
The skyline is always making its presence known within Grant Park.
The Willis Tower and skyline are standing tall from the Green Line in South Loop.
Sears, I mean, Willis Tower is playing peekaboo along Michigan Avenue.
Enjoying the skyline view as I await the Green Line train in West Loop.
Willis Tower is standing tall from West Loop.
You can see the Willis Tower is everywhere. Walking along West Randolph in West Loop.
Where do you like to capture the Chicago skyline from?