Congrats to the Chicago Cubs winning the World Series! I’m not a big Cubs fan, but they are one of my few favorite MLB team I will root for since my father and I went to many games at Wrigley Field when I was younger. Now for what this post is really about, photographing Chicago.
As I am sure none of you noticed, there was almost a full month between blog posts of November and December. Again, as I am almost positive you did not wonder why, I will tell anyway. I was in the process of closing and moving into my wife and I’s first house together and thus other priorities took over. We are now more or less “moved in” and I feel it’s time… Read More
This is my last and final post regarding Toronto, and it has very little to with Toronto. Today, I’m talkin’ Baseball! Yes, baseball is considered America’s Pastime and is most certainly one of the most iconic American sports there is. I grew up a baseball fan because my dad was a huge baseball fan (New York Met fan no less!). We bonded by going to many games together. When we traveled, we… Read More
The reason for my mid-fall visit to Toronto was to present research on office and industrial space markets to the NAIOP Research Foundation Board of Governors and NAIOP National Forums meetings. For those interested in such topics, head over to NAIOP’s website and click on research for more details. One of the central questions being asked at this conference (and being addressed in the research) is how will global forces impact demand… Read More
I just returned from Toronto and will be making a series of blog posts to share some amazing images I was able to capture during my short visit. This picture captures the CN Tower, the most recognizable part of the Toronto Skyline and one of the tallest structures in the World (apparently, there is a big debate as to where this thing ranks terms of height, just go to wikipedia for yourself,… Read More
Ah Paris, the international destination I had most wanted to visit since elementary school (this was due to my favorite teacher being French born and thus talked about it a lot!). This photo is of the iconic Eiffel Tower built in 1889 for the World’s Fair. Many residents and intellectuals of the time found it ugly and wanted it torn down. Yes NIMBYism (that’s Not In My Back Yard – ism) was… Read More