Chicago Boyz

                 
 
 
What Are Chicago Boyz Readers Reading?
 

 
  •   Enter your email to be notified of new posts:
    Loading
  •   Problem? Question?
  •   Contact Authors:

  • CB Twitter Feed
  • Blog Posts (RSS 2.0)
  • Blog Posts (Atom 0.3)
  • Incoming Links
  • Recent Comments

    • Loading...
  • Authors

  • Notable Discussions

  • Recent Posts

  • Blogroll

  • Categories

  • Archives

  • Photo

    Posted by Jonathan on March 21st, 2008 (All posts by )


     
    (Click image for larger.)
     

     

    8 Responses to “Photo”

    1. Brian Says:

      That is nice. Where is it?

    2. Tatyana Says:

      Look at the secondary light reflection off the tall tower on the far right onto the water. It’s only noticeable when not concentrating on the reflection itself… so like the real thing.

      I need a vacation.

    3. mishu Says:

      It looks like Miami. I just got back from there to see more Chicago snow. Yeah!

    4. Jonathan Says:

      Yes, Miami.

      Reflecting building is, I think, highest bldg (~74 stories) South of Atlanta. Before it was built, center-left bldg (~55 stories) was highest.

      I enhanced the colors, especially the water. It was actually a grey day, almost Chicago-like (but warmer).

    5. Tatyana Says:

      Imagine the view from the 74th fl. [btw, where did you take this shot from? you seem to be high up, too]
      I once went to the client’s apartment, a 2-story duplex on 55th fl in uptown Manhattan. It was long ago, before the Towers went down.
      They look like…like an older brother must look to a 3yo.

    6. Vince P Says:

      I work in the sears tower and took this picture of the building (and changed the colors of course)

      http://home.comcast.net/~vincep312/stcolor.jpg

    7. Jonathan Says:

      Photo is from R side of this bridge (ignore the green arrow):


      View Larger Map

    8. Tyouth Says:

      Ad in my local rag: “37′ Morgan sailboat 1967, good shape. $15,000”

      Gawd, if only I had the house on the canal with a dock…..and the time, come to think about it.