This is one of the few touristy places I photographed when I was staying in Chicago. The Riverwalk is such a surprising and amazing urban space.
Another amazing detail in the area around State Street.
A detail from the iron work of the Target on State Street. The building is from 1899.
You can read more about the it here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sullivan_Center
State Street is a major shopping street in Chicago. Take a minute to look up, though, rather than just look at the windows. This is from the Target. Didn’t know Target could look that classy? Neither did I!
Even more sinister in black &white… Fill in disaster of choice.
Yes!! There was a fog! It’s so great for photography.
Now, take a look at those signs on the side of the shop to discover, as the owner told me, that Tommy’s started out as a diner and as his collection of guitars grew, he put them up at the diner and as the collection continued to grow, the diner became a shop.
I want one!! But I didn’t have room in my luggage. Some day…
Where else but in Chicago? 🙂
Pretty guitars in a row.