Domestic Tranquility of A Nation

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  by Seth Anderson

Domestic Tranquility of A Nation

Former location of a packaged goods store (Cal’s Liquors). I always felt these lights were potent metaphors, both broken and intact. South Loop.

Urbanized Melodrama

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Urbanized Melodrama

Under the L tracks, Chicago, in a light rain

Urban Concerto Number 11

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Urban Concerto Number 11

Give or take. Construction worker, evening labor, Chicago

Ready To Go Anywhere

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Ready To Go Anywhere

North Avenue Beach, Lake Michigan. An urban scene, really, trust me.   Chicago, IL

Sometimes I Get Impatient

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Sometimes I Get Impatient

Going up the stairs, Blue Line train platform, Chicago Transit Authority. Taken using a cyanotype-inspired color plate film with the Hipstamatic app for iPhone.

I Went to Tell Everybody

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I Went to Tell Everybody

Raining nights expose the colors of a city. West Loop

Two Dollars A Verse / Evening Stroll

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Two Dollars A Verse / Evening Stroll

Division and Damen in a light rain

Don’t Say A Word

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Don’t Say A Word

Chicago Avenue L Stop, Blue Line

King’s Noodle Restaurant

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King’s Noodle Restaurant

Toronto at night

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

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