Today was planned some weeks ago. It was all about going to the Swedish-American Museum in Chicago with friends who were unable to make it to the opening of my exhibit “Natural Scenics.”
It also became a good time to meet the members of the speaking committee from a local garden club. They were interested in seeing my images and interviewing me for a presentation to their members. Knowing that these activities were going to happen, I just had to bring a camera. I decided to use an old favorite that’s so good, Nikon stopped making it many years back. You’ve probably never heard of the 20-35 f2.8D. It works well as I think you will see from all the shots in this blog.
The show is up until March 1, so if your ever in Andersonville, drop in to the museum at 5211 N. Clark Street.
The staff and volunteers are most cordial and will certainly be glad to meet you. Check out the store for all-things Swedish including that old favorite: Bond-Ost cheese.
There’s a wonderful children’s museum on the second floor.