Kodak Retina I Type 117, 29 July 2011

2011/07/29

These are the last of the photos I shot with my Retina earlier this year…coincidentally, today’s group consists of two pairs of shots; this happens sometimes, as I sometimes notice slightly different aspects of the same subject and choose to photograph both (assuming, of course, that such aspects capture my interest).

RetI-117 CHI TMAx100 TrumpTowerWalk01B

RetI-117 CHI TMAx100 TrumpTowerWalk02B

RetI-117 CHI TMax100 WellsStreetBridge01B

RetI-117 CHI TMax100 WellsStreetBridge02B

Photo Information:

Location: Chicago, Illinois; River North
Camera: Kodak Retina I Type 117
Lens: Schneider-Kreuznach 50mm f/3.5 Xenar
Film: Kodak TMax 100 (135)

Photo 1 & 2:

These two photos are of a walkway on the south side of the Trump Tower along the north branch of the Chicago River. While I’m not particularly enamored of the Trump Tower as a whole, this walkway was rather interesting.

Photo 3 & 4:

These two photos are of the Wells Street Bridge on the west side of River North; in the third photo, you can see part of the Merchandise Mart on the left side. Unlike most of the other bridges crossing the Chicago River, the Wells Street Bridge is a dual-level bridge, accommodating pedestrian and automobile traffic on the lower level, and the CTA Brown & Purple Line tracks on the upper level. Like the other bridges crossing the River, this bridge is also an operable one, even with the dual levels.

Enjoy.

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2 Responses to “Kodak Retina I Type 117, 29 July 2011”


  1. The curves and lines of the walkway at Trump Tower are so organic and inspirational. I also love the light and shade captured in the photographs.


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