Too Many People, Too Many To Recall

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  by Seth Anderson

 

Too Many People, Too Many To Recall

333 N Wacker, looking down at the Chicago River

Super Snow Day

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  by Seth Anderson

 

Super Snow Day

Snow falling, West Loop

Your Language Remains Unvarying

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Your Language Remains Unvarying

Bridge over the Chicago River is untroubled

Waiting At ORD

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  by Seth Anderson

 

Waiting At ORD

Killing time at O’Hare International Airport

The Warm Smell of September Rain

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The Warm Smell of September Rain

Is there a better smell? Maybe. Probably. But certainly September rain is among the most evocative of smells. Right? Can’t you imagine it right now?

Urbanized Melodrama

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  by Seth Anderson

 

Urbanized Melodrama

Under the L tracks, Chicago, in a light rain

Urban Concerto Number 11

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  by Seth Anderson

 

Urban Concerto Number 11

Give or take. Construction worker, evening labor, Chicago

Sometimes I Get Impatient

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  by Seth Anderson

 

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.

Lamar Street Bridge

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  by Seth Anderson

 

Lamar Street Bridge

In Austin

Kohala Ukulele: 3 Chords, No Truth

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  by Seth Anderson

 

Kohala Ukulele: 3 Chords, No Truth

I’ve learned three chords, but not yet the truth. Hipstamatic double exposure.

I Went to Tell Everybody

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  by Seth Anderson

 

I Went to Tell Everybody

Raining nights expose the colors of a city. West Loop

Eye See U Willis

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  by Seth Anderson

 

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.  

Window Pane Abstraction

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  by Seth Anderson

 

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Window Pane Abstraction

Hipstamatic double exposure