Windy City downtown skyline at dawn.
Panoramic view of this active stratovolcano looking south from Johnston Ridge. Shows Mother Nature's recovery from the devastating 1980 eruption that removed 1300' from the summit. Ninety-six miles south of Seattle, WA. Fifty miles northeast of Portland, OR.
Cascading waterfall is a hidden gem that soothes city-weary senses of sight, sound and touch. A beloved location. Ask us where.
Chicago's iconic Graham, Anderson, Probst & White landmark anchors this cityscape.
Early evening sky over U.S. Bancorp Tower (known by locals as "Big Pink"). Portland, OR. Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) with Pietro Belluschi, architects.
South garden of the Art Institute of Chicago. A favorite retreat even on a snowy day. Chicago, IL.
Evoking a series of receding hills, Compact Korean Azalea bloom in the Elizabeth Hubert Malott Japanese Garden landscape. Glencoe, IL.
Sixty-acre Theodore G. Munz S. J. Campus provides structures and athletic fields for soccer, field hockey, lacrosse, baseball, softball and cross country. In addition, the natural area surrounding the fields includes prairie, river and wetlands preserve. Glenview, IL. Behles+Behles Architects.
Nearby tree and plant nursery surrounds this unique home with natural beauty. Wadsworth, IL. Belli & Belli Architects.
Golf Digest Four Star-awarded links course offers unspoiled views of the Arizona South Mountains landscape. Phoenix, AZ.
Following a night of heavy rain and early fog, Krasberg Rose Garden's cedar arbor is filled with the scent of roses. Morning is surely the best time to visit. Glencoe, IL. Chicago Botanic.
Careful observation and good timing enabled this dramatic construction image of the New Lenox Commons Performing Arts Pavilion. New Lenox, IL. Richard W. Snyder & Assoc. architect.