Garfield Park is one of those fantastic public spaces that is all but forgotten by anyone but the local residents. It covers several acres, has a couple fishing ponds, a really cool field house and even a band shell. The grass is over grown and over run by the dandelions and there is even a statue of the young Abe Lincoln with no beard.
It even has torii, with no obvious purpose other than to look interesting (so far as I can tell).
The best part is since even on a nice day the park is fairly empty, you can get a shot like this with out people hanging around.
The band shell is probably the most interesting place, if only because they’ve tried to hide it behind trees.
I love the little fountains all around it.
Alas, another slice of Chicago let to crumble, lost and forgotten.