Photos (c) Mark Hertzberg (2020)
Wednesday was a lovely fall day, a good day for my Frank Lloyd Wright photo adventure day in Oak Park and River Forest. After several hours photographing both Unity Temple and the Winslow House, I swung by Wright’s Home and Studio for a quick walk-about. It was a very quick walk-about…the metadata on my photos tells me I was there just nine minutes. It would be nice to be able to stay overnight and spend several days taking pictures, but that was not to be during the pandemic. Here is what I saw:
I am never there when there are no cars parked on Chicago, but this was the starting point for the three photos immediately below:
And, finally, one frame of Anna Lloyd Wright’s home, just east of the Home and Studio, for my files:
I was at Winslow House because I wanted to reshoot some of my photos from 2016. I expect to be post the new photos this week.