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Old Posted Nov 9, 2010, 2:54 AM
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Ch,ch,changes Don't click if you don't like the Chicago skyline

Certainly not all inclusive just some shots of Chicago over the past 4years or so.

























Not in Chicago.


Back in the city.




















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Old Posted Nov 9, 2010, 3:09 AM
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I clicked. Who doesn't like the Chicago skyline?
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i hate how the skyline is inexpressible in one shot
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i always enjoy a lil' LP zoo barnyard juxtapo.
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Ugh, who would want to live amongst all those buildings. You'd have to be crazy.
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nice. would you mind posting up some larger versions of the first two? those are some great reflections.
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Old Posted Nov 9, 2010, 6:20 AM
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It looks like a quaint small town with a modest skyline, thank you for sharing.
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Nice skyline.
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Old Posted Nov 10, 2010, 12:58 AM
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I clicked. Who doesn't like the Chicago skyline?
Probably not too many people but it was a little repetitive.
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Old Posted Nov 10, 2010, 1:01 AM
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Ugh, who would want to live amongst all those buildings. You'd have to be crazy.
Trust me there are times when I'm riding my bike in rush hour along Chicago, Division, or North Avenues and I think that.
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nice. would you mind posting up some larger versions of the first two? those are some great reflections.
That's as large as flickr would go, and it was shot on a point and shoot so bigger may not look as good.
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Old Posted Nov 10, 2010, 2:16 AM
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I'm glad i didn't click!
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Amaaazzzzing! wow! lordy, lordy! what a stunner of stunner's Moreover; Trump is a standout, surreal, epic, masterpiece surrounded by a forest of stunning standout skyscrapers. A triumph of Jupiterian proportions no less. i made that word up because no word i could find had a big enough, and bold enough meaning to describe those towers that i can see in these photos. Chicago is just that wonderful. you need to invent new words to try and describe it. bravo i say, bravo to your photos of your supercity.
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It is SO awesome that there's literally a beach in the middle of the city, like right in the most densely populated area of a 10 million metropolis, that is as clean and nice as a resort beach and gets full during the summer. There's no other major American city that has that, and I can't think of any major cities around the world that do either. Imagine if there was a full on beach like that in downtown Manhattan or Tokyo.
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That's as large as flickr would go, and it was shot on a point and shoot so bigger may not look as good.
sall good.
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Trust me there are times when I'm riding my bike in rush hour along Chicago, Division, or North Avenues and I think that.
Yes, I ride through rush hour traffic on a bike everyday. Pretty soon you turn into a zombie and ignore the fact that you are surrounded by cars. Which is why I cruise the center lane of Michigan Ave. half asleep.
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