Two Dollars A Verse / Evening Stroll

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  by Seth Anderson

Two Dollars A Verse / Evening Stroll

Division and Damen in a light rain

Improve Your Business Acumen

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Improve Your Business Acumen

Marina Towers, Chicago. Somehow I like this better tilted at an angle.

Don’t Say A Word

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Don’t Say A Word

Chicago Avenue L Stop, Blue Line

Eye See U Willis

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Eye See U Willis

Eye By Oak Park artist, Tony Tasset Temporary Exhibit: From July to October, 2010. Location: Pritzker Park, at the corner of State and Van Buren. Insallation in progress of the 30-foot tall, giant eyeball made of fiberglass and steel, allegedly modeled on his own eye. The Sears Tower is now called Willis Tower.  

King’s Noodle Restaurant

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King’s Noodle Restaurant

Toronto at night

While Your Traces Disappear

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While Your Traces Disappear

Looking up at the L (Chicago Transit Authority) tracks

Technicolor Haze over West Loop

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Technicolor Haze over West Loop

The area where a large portion of my photos were taken

Window Pane Abstraction

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Window Pane Abstraction

Hipstamatic double exposure

Ruled By Bureaucracy

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Ruled By Bureaucracy

Civic Opera Building, Chicago

North Winds They Blow

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North Winds They Blow

A train underpass, Kinzie St. and Clinton, and a phantom bicycle. The area is called Swede Town, or River West.

No Frenzied Shrieking Crowd

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No Frenzied Shrieking Crowd

sun dappled alley, and fire escapes, Chicago’s Loop

Micturate Surrogate

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Micturate Surrogate

Wall, West Loop

A Head For Business

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A Head For Business

Actually called Corporate Head, by Terry Allen. There is a poem by Philip Levine on the sidewalk, which reads: They said I had a head for business. They said to get ahead I had to lose my head. They said be concrete & I became concrete. They said go, my son, multiply, divide, conquer. I …