West Loop

If I have any kind of philosophy about my photography, it’s to try document the things I see every day. There are plenty of people who take beautiful photos of the Loop and its architecture or the lakefront, but I want to capture the places that catch my eye while I’m going to work or running errands: the alleys and  loading docks, the fences and old storefronts. This set is one of those attempts, just one of the alleys in the West Loop I cut through while walking my dog. Everyday Chicago.

Chicago, July 2018