iving in Chicago, so I’m used to tourists standing in the middle if the sidewalk, gawking up. Most wield cameras and I usually look where their lens is pointed. I’m curious which building caught their attention. Is that the best angle? Is the light sparking off the all-glass building at this time today?
However, when I see a guy using a tripod, I perk up. He’s not your average tourist.
The other day, I noticed that the photographer in question had set up his tripod across the street from a building which only lists a law firm on the sign outside. I couldn’t help but imagine all of the scandals he could be trying to capture as we all stream into work.