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I took the first photo with my iphone while attending a business conference in Frankfurt two years ago. Photo #2 is a recent one from May 2019. The Frankfurt…

Part 18 of my Pilgrim Chronicles is a road trip from Montreal to the Abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemani in Kentucky. Stops along the way include Detroit, Chicago,…

One cold, rainy morning in May as we were walking along State Street in downtown Chicago we saw around hundred people waiting in a line which wrapped around the…

Today is Pentecost or "Monday of the Holy Spirit", often called Whit Monday in the UK. Here in Germany we call it Pfingstmontag and it is a national public…

If you are a follower, or have read a couple of my blogs, you have probably already have figured out that I come from Chicago. I am German, but grew up (until…

Donuts are an American treat so I used the opportunity while I was in the USA to take these pictures. Another artistic interpretation of donuts was the lighting…

Hello Sports Fans! 6 p.m. on May 5 2019, top of the 9th inning as Cubs lead Cardinals 6:5. The Chicago Cubs baseball team went on to win the game against the…

Art imitates life and Life imitates Art: A black working woman in uniform passes by a black working woman in uniform painted on the wall. Does life imitate art…

A few weeks ago, some friends and I took a day trip to Chicago during which I took a little over 300 shots in just seven hours, the equivalent of 12-13 rolls of…

Hamburgers originated in the USA and McDonald's first restaurant was in California. The first franchise store of McDonald's was opened by Ray Koch in April…

I'm not really sure what is meant for today's challenge "from a distance" and assume we are supposed to capture an object from a great distance away. The Cloud…

Street lights of Chicago by night and day. Photo #1 and 2 intend to give the feeling of Chicago in the days of Al Capone about 100 years ago as gangsters ruled…

The Jay Pritzker Pavilion was designed by star architect Frank Gehry and built in 2004 to replace the existing structure for outdoor concerts in Millenium Park…

The wonderful part about visiting a major city is the incredible variety of places to eat. There are dozens of restaurants and cafes in the downtown Chicago…

L is for ... the Chicago “L”. I am impressed that something as complex as a mass transit network can be referred to by just one letter of the alphabet and…
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