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152 - Bahai Mandala

When I visit Chicago someday, I plan to visit the Bahá’í House of Worship in nearby Wilmette. It’s the first Bahá’í Temple built in the Western Hemisphere. 149 more words

Mandala

Portrait of a Giant

This is a photographic slideshow portrait of Chicago’s Sears Tower (Willis Tower) that I created using my photography…I hope that you enjoy!

(click HD for best view)

Photography

Architecture second to none

We all know about the Great Chicago Fire that occurred in 1871 and some story about a cow.  And from the ashes of that great fire, the Chicago skyline we know and admire has risen. 180 more words

Travel

AtoZ Blog Challenge -A- Architecture

WELCOME TO THE #CHALLENGE

‘FOLLOW ME’ SO YOU DON’T MISS THE FUN

I took this photograph looking south from the Lincoln Park Zoo. This is a quick peek at a city that deserves our attention. 106 more words

AtoZ Blog Challenge April 2015

Astor Street Row House by John Wellborn Root

John Wellborn Root, along with Daniel Burnham, founded the architecture firm Burnham and Root in 1873.  Their firm was responsible for many of the earliest skyscrapers every built worldwide.  102 more words

Architecture

Pictures of Chicago Buildings in Downtown Chicago for Sale

Friedman Fine Art offers the finest selection from a collection of historical and contemporary photographs taken by Chicago photographers. The State of Illinois Building is one of Chicago’s most popular sites for concerts, fundraisers, and other special events. 203 more words

Chicago Photos

She's back on the road! Jetsy in Chicago!

As sure as night follows day, let the temperature rise and the sun shine and, no matter that it’s January, upper Midwesterners will flock outside.  And yes! 20 more words

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