Last month, I visited Chicago for the first time and feel like I left a little piece of my heart there. The history, architecture, the new friends I made, the old friends I reunited with – just everything was amazing. I came back a new person, my soul was replenished. This week I spotted this cool, tilt-shift, miniature ode to Chicago and it literally makes my heart ache.
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And here are some of my favorite photos from my trip:
The Harold Washington Library Center’s roof, decorated with acroteria depicting owls, which are the Greek symbols of knowledge.
Oliver, the sweet, gentle, protective, red-nosed pitbull, who stole my heart
Like a good pilgrim, I went to the Bean (AKA Cloudgate)
Love this mural by the Art Institute of Chicago
Another great mural in an underpass, every city should have art in the underpasses
This dope building was just outside my hotel window
The very first morning I came across this dragonfly, later we went pass the Zoo and saw some there too.
This photo of the Chicago River was taken from the 42nd floor of the hotel
The lions at the Art Institute of Chicago, reminded me of home and the NYPL.
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