Every False Thing Ends

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  by Seth Anderson

Every False Thing Ends

Another shot of the Franklin Avenue bridge over the Chicago River, taken a few years earlier, and on the west side instead of the east. Blue and red was the trigger.

Just Biking In the Rain

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Just Biking In the Rain

Two ladies having a grand old time, navigating a rain slicked street on a bicycle built for one.   The print of this image is damaged. Flickr has so far refused to send me a new one. I may display it anyway.     London, England.

Overlooked In Haste

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Overlooked In Haste

Bertrand Goldberg’s Marina City

Confined By What You Saw Then

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Confined By What You Saw Then

Rain falling, crossing the Chicago River

You Got To Move

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You Got To Move

A minor traffic dispute in the Loop, Chicago. No guns were involved, just a few heated words.

Snowy Evening Under the El Tracks

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Snowy Evening Under the El Tracks

Lake Street, Chicago, in January. The preferred name for the CTA system is “L”, but I forgot and used “El” instead.

Biking In The Rain

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Biking In The Rain

Dundas St W, Toronto in a light rain

Too Many People, Too Many To Recall

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Too Many People, Too Many To Recall

333 N Wacker, looking down at the Chicago River

Super Snow Day

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Super Snow Day

Snow falling, West Loop

Contemplation of the Winter Bean

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Contemplation of the Winter Bean

Millennium Park, of course. There can never be enough Cloud Gate photos, right? (more details about the sculpture en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_Gate) Cloud Gate by Anish Kapoor has been the subject of ten million photographs, or more, even though initially the Park District tried to restrict photographic reproduction.

East to Dan Ryan

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East to Dan Ryan

Staring at the highway from a nearby high-rise is hypnotic, especially when snow provides contrast to the car lights. River North, Chicago, IL Aspen Creek Photo received this image February 10th, and still has not printed it, nor sent it to Spellerberg Projects. Maybe it will show up, or not. Zen…It showed up March 22nd.

Life Is So Complicated

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  by Seth Anderson

 

Life Is So Complicated

Snow flakes, West Loop one winter morning. I used a flash to capture some of them…

Your Language Remains Unvarying

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Your Language Remains Unvarying

Bridge over the Chicago River is untroubled