Photography Reflections: Giant City, Illinois U.S.A.

When I was back in the States in September of 2010, one morning, my sister and I went for an eat and walk at Giant City State Park.  We made the mistake of having a large lunch before going on our walk.  Fried Chicken, mashed potatoes, biscuits and I don’t remember what all.  You could ask for seconds and we did…I’m afraid we were little piggies 😉

Then we went off for our walk.  Believe me, it isn’t easy to get energy in your legs when it’s all concentrated in your tummy, but we put the old discipline in gear and took off.  These are a few photos of the lodge and park.  Hope you enjoy them.

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Due to past political corruption, the State of Illinois is on the brink of economic disaster, among the many cuts contemplated are the closing of the parks.  This article doesn’t talk about that problem in particular, because as one can see, the problems that the State faces are so many, and its people are in such a bind that State Parks are probably low on the list of priorities.  It has become one of the poorest, if not the poorest State of the Union.

 

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6 thoughts on “Photography Reflections: Giant City, Illinois U.S.A.

    • Too true, it’s very sad what’s happening, I only knew and slightly about Illinois. It was a great experiment the state parks that began as a means to help people find work during the great depression. Thanks we had fun that day.

  1. It would be terrible to see such beauty be destroyed. Pictures can only capture what is already there to be captured. Nothing can replace the original in its natural state.

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