Pittsburgh, Pa., exactly 24 hours ago:
ISO-100, 1/250 at f/5.6, polarizing filter, here.
When in Rome:
13 October 2007, Canon 20D at ISO-200, 1/400 at f/6.3, 76mm.
Snapshot from the corner of Franklin and Randolph recently:
22 June 2011, Canon SD1200 at ISO-100, 1/160 at f/13, 14mm, here.
The Tower of Belem, outside Lisbon:
7 January 2001, Kodak DC-4800 at ISO-100, 1/90 at f/2.8, here.
17 June 1992, Kodachrome 64, Canon EOS Rebel, Tamron 35-210mm, exposure unrecorded, here (I think)
This probably should have been yesterday's:
22 December 2009, ISO-100, 1/125 at f/8, near here.
Codey, at his grandparents' house:
6 June 2011, ISO-800, 1/160 at f/2.8, 50mm.
Columbus Park, in Chicago's Austin neighborhood:
Today, ISO-100, 1/80 at f/8, here.
The Chicago Park District describes the park:
[Designer Jens] Jensen's vision for Columbus Park was inspired by the unimproved site's natural history and topography. Convinced that it was an ancient beach, Jensen designed a series of berms, like glacial ridges, encircling the flat interior part of the park. In the center area, following the traces of sand dune, he created a "prairie river" flowing from two brooks. Two natural-looking waterfalls, with ledges of stratified stonework, represent the source of the river. Throughout the park, Jensen included native plants.
Jensen also included programming elements emulating nature. Broad prairie-like meadows provide a golf course and ball fields. He designed an outdoor theatre, known as the "player's green," for plays and other performances. In the children's playground area, Jensen included his favorite feature, the council ring, a circular stone bench for storytelling and campfires.
It's also two blocks away from the Eastgate Cafe, which has tasty and inexpensive lunch for people and cool water for dogs.
World Financial Center, six weeks after 9/11:
20 October 2001, Kodak DC4800 at ISO-100, 1/180 at f/4.5, 18mm, approximately here
You can see off to the right the Millennium Hilton covered in red cloth, and the damage to the center WFC building near the bottom.
October 1984, Canon AE-1P, 70-210mm, Kodachrome 64, exposure unrecorded