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Early this year, I wrote about going to Chicago for my birthday last year. I share some of my photos from that trip on here. But I realized that I had not shared some of the architecture photos that I took. I took an architecture boat tour at sunset with Chicago’s First Lady Cruises and it was worth it! It’s a great way to see the city and get some history and information on all the unique buildings and locations in the city.
When visiting any city or town, it’s a good idea to take a tour of some kind. I have never met a tour guide that wasn’t enthusiastic about their community and its history.
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17 thoughts on “Chicago Images”
Beautiful captures of the windy city. I like the photography building – architecture.
Thank you, Louis!
Nice cityscape photos. Sounds like a fun cruise
I think I’ve been on this or a similar cruise in Chicago, but doing so as the sun was setting was a great idea. Some very nice shots in great light!
Thank you, Steve!
Beautiful cityscape photos Sharon! Been years since I visited Chicago your images make me want to visit again.
Thank you, Bob!
Oh, yes, I wholeheartedly agree, taking a tour is great. The last two time I’ve been in Chicago we were vising “locals” so we were kept in the loop (yes, pun intended). But when we go to a new place on our own we do try to find a tour and, if weather permits, we really like carriage rides. Nice photographs you’ve got there – they make me want a return visit.
Thanks, Bill! They make me want to go back too! I feel like I may have missed some things!
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What fabulous architecture! I have never been to Chicago, I love the glass buildings and reflections.
I’ve taken this cruise – it’s great – and those photos really capture the feeling. I want one of those apartments overlooking the river – if I just had a spare million or two laying around…
No kidding, Jim. If I had one of those places, it might be worth the crazy wind!
My son lives up in Chicago now. Next time I go up there, I may see about taking that tour, as these images look quite nice.
It is worth it!