The curves of a children’s slide break up the hardness of the Chicago high rises in the background.
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A few years ago I was attending a course at the Chicago Booth school of business. The hotel I stayed at was on the Magnificent Mile right next to the NBC tower. It was the warmest day on record for a few years and the sky just cried out polarised filter to me. However I only had my iPhone 4 with me the rest I did in post..
It seems that we live in a time where we are screaming at one another rather than talking to each other. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could all slow down, look at those around us and carry on a conversation that was meaningful, instead of one filled with anger and rage. To just stop and meet others face to face, to share our hopes and fears. Perhaps to change our fears into hope. Wouldn’t it be nice…?
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Human-made objects with reflective surfaces often create unexpected art. In this case, the reflection on the flat surface of this building in the heart of downtown Chicago creates the illusion of three dimensional space.
I can’t imagine what must be going through the mind of the dog as it looks for a place to take care of business and sees all the natural spaces fenced off.