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Lakefront Photography|| Blog Everyday In September #day 13

Oh crap, it's Friday the 13th and a full moon. I am probably going to hide somewhere. Anyways, when I post my photography. I will post the photos on one blog posts. This blog will have lakefront photos, another blog will have travel photos, another blog having food photos, etc. This makes more sense than posting my photos one at a time on my crypto blogs. I can also link my art store for people who may be interested in.

chicago skyline from afar edit
When I used to go see my therapist before she left, sometimes I would pass through the lakefront or downtown. It was a fun quick adventure. Even though I rarely get to get out, it's a fun site to pass by the lakefront.  Chicago does have some nice parts of it. I rarely get to visit them. This is a nice view of this skyline from far away.
lake shore dr edit

This is one of my best photos with a nice view of the lake. Remember I like views. 

 This is the best view of the lake. Isn't it just break taking. This was taken in the fall last year. On a nice day might I add.

 My zooming skills are so good it looks like I was close to the lake but I wasn't.  I have another just like this one. Looking at the last photo the water looks so much bluer when the sun is out.

I usually hit a block when I am writing blog posts. I can't find a way to break this block. When I post my content on my Steemit blog my content is judged for that reason.  I do take so many photos I may have to split my photos in half.


I admit the water looked bluer when the sun was at a higher point. I think it was still morning when I took this photo.


Another lake view. If I get to go downtown again, I am taking photos like there is no tomorrow. Expect part 2 of this. I don't want to post so many photos at one time.

I would like to travel blog as a job someday. Maybe someday.


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