Sunday, October 17, 2010

Reflections on the Corner of Illinois and McClurg

While heading toward Navy Pier on Illinois Ave., I realized that I saw art in this window and architectural art reflected on the window.


And then I saw the blue rooftop of a previous  photo reflected.


I looked up and saw uniformity.

13 comments:

  1. It's a reflection within a reflection within a reflection!! Amazing, very cool!! Giant artwork on a very plain skyscraper.

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  2. Great photos! The first one is my favorite.

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  3. I love catching things in reflections, very interesting pohotos! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Isn't it a surprise what we DON"T see all around us everyday? Wonderful shots, and interesting musings.
    Yvonne

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  5. Fabulous reflections, Bonnie.... Just think---before I started taking pictures, I paid no attention to reflections...

    Hope you have had a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. This is a good reminder that there is art everywhere...you just have to look for it!

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  7. ultimate reflections here. i got n trouble once taking reflections of the street behind me, the gurad said you can't take pictures of the window, it was an upscale dress store and i asumme he thought i was stealing design ideas. i showed him the reflections in my camera andhe said move on please.

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  8. I love your photos, Bonnie. There is so much beauty around us if we stop for a minute to look at it.

    It looks like you had a beautiful day in Chicagoland.

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  9. Wonderful shots! You were clever to see those reflections! Sometimes we don't even think about what we see.

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  10. Cities are so much fun to photograph! So many things to see- Your photos are lovely. :)

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  11. Nice photos! You get to Chicago a lot!

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  12. Fantastic photos. However, nothing beats that clown pumpkin or pumpkin clown.

    Hope Oliver is happy & healthy.

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