Finding Art in Chicago

"This world is but a canvas to our imagination." - Henry David Thoreau
Chicago has a known reputation as a street-photography city. Even more, when you come out of the streets and wander deep within the various parks scattered around the city, you'll notice the most random art waiting to be discovered. From the famous "Bean" to the Buckingham fountain, you can also wander deeper into the art world in the museums -- my personal favorite being the Museum of Contemporary Art.

the famous 'Bean'
Don't forget about him, as it's being overshadowed by the Bean.
@ the Chicago Tribune - what better way to enjoy your lunch break than at this garden
the Magnificent Mile is ready for fall!
pub in Wrigleyville
Anyone else think of F.R.I.E.N.D.S when they see a big fountain? 

Hello C-Note!
Complimentary Admission on Thursdays only for Chicago residents only  

no pot o' gold under this rainbow
be honest, Abe. 
Buckingham fountain


MOCA - probably one of my favorite museums

inside MOCA - thanks to this visitor for standing in as my model! 

John Hancock building
the historical Rookery building

One more in this Chicago series! What do you like to take the most photos of - street photography? architecture? nature?

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