Photographers are willing to work in a bad weather, because they believe the worse the weather, the better the work. And that’s pretty true. Last month, an American photographer Peter Tsai has taken a series of stunning pictures about skyscrapers cutting straightly into the sky in a foggy weather of Chicago, and even he himself has been shocked by the amazement.
Peter is not a professional photographer. When he happened to meet the foggy weather on the way back home, he decided to go up high in Hancock Observatory to have a look, and then he would never regret this decision. Here let’s enjoy what he’s seen there.