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Pantagrapher Photography

By Mike Innocenzi | Thursday, May 2, 2013
Ebb & Flow

Ebb & Flow

The Chicago River swells after heavy spring rains, submurging the trunks of shoreline trees between Rockwell and Horner Park.

Sunk Trunk

Sunk Trunk

Water levels surged on the Chicago River as spring storms brought torrential downpours to the area. Docks were completely submerged in the above photo, taken as the the river was near its peak. Below, the river flows closer to its normal depth after a week of dryer weather.

One Way

One Way

A typical spring street scene in North Center, just west of Ravenswood.

Fences & Neighbors

Fences & Neighbors

A line of backyards in Lincoln Square begin to show signs of spring growth.

Duck Parking

Duck Parking

Heavy rains turn the Advocate Health Center parking lot at Western & Irving Park into a duck pond.

Bloom

Bloom

Flowers bloom on a neighborhood tree as spring finally takes hold.

Boss

Boss

A classic ride parked on a side street in Northcenter.

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

A little league coach gives his team a pep talk before their first game of the season at Horner Park.

Practice

Practice

Neighborhood parents and their kids practice for T-ball season in the baseball field at Coonley Elementary School.

Mike Innocenzi is a fine art and portrait photographer based in Northcenter, where he has been living and working for more than six years. He specializes in environmental photography utilizing only natural light. His website is www.mikeinnocenzi.com.

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