Chicago’s Full Moon Jam group was at its best last night at its Fire and Ice performance at the skating ribbon in Maggie Daley Park at the lakefront. It was one of the off-season jams that the group holds once in a while. Regular jams are held every full moon during the summer on the lakefront just south of Foster Ave. Beach in Uptown.
No drumming last night but it was still very awesome.
A buddy and I scheduled to photograph the sun setting over the lake from Indiana, but it was a little bit cloudy and chilly, so we decided to do indoor photography instead at the Chicago Cultural Center. That didn’t last long though. Both Preston Bradley Hall and Grand Army of the Republic Hall were occupied, so we decided to walk outside, in the cold. It wasn’t that bad.
We checked out Millennium Park, the Maggie Daley Park, the lakefront at the Adler Planetarium and finally, the lakefront at Montrose.
We did remarkably well. And one of my photos got explored on Flickr with over 150 faves! That seldom happens to me now.