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Sunday, September 18, 2011


For those of us that live in Chicago, this has been on the news when this exhibit first came to Chicago. It is very cool. This is right on Michigan Avenue, between the Tribune Building and the River, and across the street from the Sun Times Building, heart of The Magnificent Mile. They change this exhibit out now and then. In my blog about in Janurary of 2009, you will find a photo of my granddaughter standing under a 30 foot structure of the American Icon painting of Grant Wood's American Gothic, painted in 1930 and recreated as a statue for Chicago in 2008. You will recall it as the american farmer and his wife, (instantly recognizable) you can see that on my blog in it's early days. This is just one more reason I love Chicago, just cool stuff all the time.

It was raining tonight, and a little cool for the first time, so I thought that would be a great time to shoot this just as soon as the Bears got beat by the Saints.... too bad, there are people around this 24 hours a day. Hope you enjoy...

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