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“Most planning of the past fifteen years has been based upon three destructive fallacies: the cataclysmic insists upon tearing everything down in order to design from an absolutely clean slate; the automotive would plan for the free passage of the automobile at the expense of all other values; the suburban dislikes the city anyway and would just as soon destroy its density and strew it across the countryside.” Vince Scully
That's awesome- Love the Hong Kong, LA, and Toronto pics
I can't wait to see the San Diego cranes all lit up- that must look hella cool.
"Build me to the heavens, and Life never stops"
"Live as if the world were as it should be, to show it what it can be"
"Prayers are fleeting and wars are forgotten, but what is built endures"
-Ambassador DeLenn, Babylon 5
If I had a camera I'd go out and take Christmas pics of all the Chicago buildings, they are really decked out. Merchandise Mart's lighting scheme is quite stunning. The Hancock and Sears have their top and antennae lit up as usual. Various other buildings have lit crowns, probably 20-30 buildings in Chicago light up for holidays...