I took these photographs on the shore of Lake Michigan in Chicago, where the parks, beaches and nature preserves there are connected by a bike path like pearls on a string. They’re a great place to photograph in any season. But my favorite time is during the winter, when the parks are quiet and have a magical quality. They are captivating right after a storm when the snow covers the ground, and the landscape looks like a pen and ink drawing. As you walk along the edge of the lake, embracing the stillness of the season, and listening to the silence, you become a witness to your thoughts.
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