Wednesday, February 15, 2017

February 15, 2017 - Outdoor Wednesday - #423 - Chicago





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Foggy day in Chicago.  Check this site out:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Home_Insurance_Building.

17 comments:

  1. Lovely composed photos with great angles and perspective ~ thanks,

    ps. when I click on link from Outdoor Wednesday then I have to click on Home ~ otherwise it reads page doesn't exist ~ thought you might like to know ~

    Wishing you a happy day ~ ^_^

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    1. Thanks Carol. I had no clue. I reposted blog. Perhaps now it will work correctly. Wishing you a happy day right back at you.

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    1. Thanks for commenting. Have a great week-end.

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  3. Never been to this city. It looks too big for me.

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    1. My sister Marge arrived from the state of New York and we were in the city grabbing a bite and a cup of coffee before seeing the play HAMILTON. Peet's Restaurant had this view and so I snapped it. Chicago is BIG but I think, Wonderful. At first, I thought it was too big and ugly too. Got over it.

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    1. I love Chicago too. It is an exciting town.

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  5. I love the framing and angles of the buildings.

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    1. My sister, Margaret was visiting from Hamburg-New York. We were grabbing a bite and a cup of coffee before seeing the play HAMILTON. Had my cell and took some photos of the fogging day. Amazing that the lights were on during the day eh? Glad you noticed the lighting.

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  6. We have a second home in the Chicago suburbs, but I am happy to be in south Florida this week! Despite its problems, Chicago is a marvelous and vibrant city.

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    1. Chicago has a skyline like no other city in the world. I love how skyscrapers are not built all the way to Lake Michigan that there is public land to enjoy.

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    1. Rajesh, glad you visited my blog again. Happy days!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week-end.

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  9. Love that little light shining for the big buildings! A shimmering light.

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