A Visit to Chicago, Illinois and a Brief Re-Encounter with a Favorite Painting at the Art Institute of Chicago
In this post, I finish a voyage on Amtrak's Empire Builder route, and stopover in Chicago for a spell where I re-encounter one of my favorite paintings of all time!
|Chicago's Millenium Park Near Sunset|
|All masked up in Chicago, Illinois|
|A Chicago straphanger rides a Red Line train|
|One of the Art Institute's Lions|
|A Red Line train approaches |
the station in Chicago.
I’m also worried about @britneyspears, and I hope she and her lawyers can roll back the strictures placed on her by her conservatorship. Leave Britney alone!
Bonus points — name as many Chicago locations as you can find in my post. Go! The winner receives a free digital download about Mythology from @stonesoferasmus
|Waiting for the Queen's Pride Parade: A Woman and Boy Stand in the Street in Jackson Heights, New York|
|Greig dressed as a scary D.C. lobbyist OR tricky Dick|
I don't dress up for Halloween anymore. The last time was a few years ago - I was a wizard.
However, I found this darling picture of me from back in the day - I was dressed up as either a crooked political lobbyist from the bowels of some Washington, D.C. think tank or I am just basically your standard Richard Nixon - except I look pretty ragged.
Peace out, dudes! And happy All Hallows Eve!
And no. I didn't photoshop out his face. The shot came out this way.
Electric lightbulb dance factory!
|Life is a Book|
"This book catalogues the lovely art collection of a museum in Munich." — at Washington Square Park.