Weekly Photo Challenge – An Unusual Point of View

Realizing that there are probably only 450 million other people who have this shot, I submit to you part of the Chicago skyline as seen through the Chicago Cloud.

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The handsome gentleman taking the picture can be seen lower left center, holding the camera.

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About Al

Retired from a couple of professions, trying my hand at writing about the events in our lives.
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21 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge – An Unusual Point of View

  1. That must be a windy city…the buildings are all bent over like some trees I know around here. Amazing…

  2. Coming East says:

    I will be seeing it for myself in a few weeks!

  3. Jane Thorne says:

    Well I hadn’t seen it before, so thank you. Enhanced by you and the lovely Patty inside the globe of course. x

  4. This is a really stunning shot. Love your header too!

  5. pegoleg says:

    Great shot! I’ve got one like that- when were you visiting The Bean?

    • Al says:

      Ah, you’re the first of the other 450 million to respond. We were visiting our nephew back in 2009 while he was still in school. He’s the one in the dark blue shirt and brown jeans.

  6. Barbara says:

    I would have never found you form your directions were it not for the long suffering Patty standing patiently beside you! Great shot 🙂
    I would have said you are in the middle, not at all left or very low either!

  7. Grannymar says:

    For one second I thought we were going to see a picture of the inside of your head.

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