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Sedona, ArizonaSedonaArizonaCathedral Rock sometimes called Court House Rock is a natural sandstone butte on the Sedona, AZ skyline and one of the most-photographed sights in...Camden Town, London, EnglandCamden TownLondon, EnglandCamden Town, hosts a lot of opportunities for "Street Photography". This fine Gentleman, was enjoying his newspaper and a pint of Guinness....Piccadilly Circus Station, London, EnglandPiccadilly Circus StationLondon, EnglandThe London Underground network, or the Tube, is a great way to get around London. Grab yourself an Oyster card and a Tube map and have fun...Lake McDonald, Flathead County, MontanaLake McDonaldFlathead County, MontanaThe waters of Lake McDonald are crystal clear, and you can easily see the colorful rocks shimmering beneath.Glacier National Park, Flathead County, MontanaGlacier National ParkFlathead County, MontanaIn the late summer, the park is covered in vibrant and glorious wildflowersGlacier National Park, Flathead County, MontanaGlacier National ParkFlathead County, MontanaGlacier is simply the best place in all the world for striking landscapes and unmatched beauty.Reliance Building, Chicago, IllinoisReliance BuildingChicago, IllinoisCompleted in 1895 by architects Burnham & Root, it's thought to be the first steel and glass skyscraper. The white terra cotta facing was designed...Hard Rock Hotel, Chicago, IllinoisHard Rock HotelChicago, IllinoisOriginally the Carbide & Carbon Building, it was built by the Burnham Brothers (sons of the Burnham who developed the master plan for Chicago after...The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IllinoisThe Art Institute of ChicagoChicago, IllinoisMarc Chagall's "American Windows" dating to 1975-77, commemorates the American Bicentennial. Each individual pane is about 2.5 feet tall and the...The Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IllinoisThe Chicago TheatreChicago, IllinoisThe Chicago Theater was finished in 1921. The style is Beaux Arts / French Baroque, the facade is in ornamental terra cotta, one of the three...Marshall Field and Company Building, Chicago, IllinoisMarshall Field and Company BuildingChicago, IllinoisNSIDE the Marshall & Fields Building, now Macy's. The building dates to 1892 and houses the Tiffany mosaic ceiling that I posted earlier on Trover....Railway Exchange Building, Chicago, IllinoisRailway Exchange BuildingChicago, IllinoisAlso known as the Santa Fe Building, it was built in 1903 to house offices for the six railroads that fed Chicago in the 1900's. David Burnham, who...Railway Exchange Building, Chicago, IllinoisRailway Exchange BuildingChicago, IllinoisLooking down onto the marble flloor from the top of the grand staircase in this building, now also called the Santa Fe Building. It was built in...The Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IllinoisThe Chicago TheatreChicago, IllinoisThis is a closer shot of the Chicago Theater, circa 1921. The style is Beaux Arts / French Baroque, the facade is in ornamental terra cotta, one of...Gage Group Buildings, Chicago, IllinoisGage Group BuildingsChicago, IllinoisThe Gage Building was a trio of buildings built by the same architects in 1898, as a millinery factory for the three millinery firms - Gage, Keith...Railway Exchange Building, Chicago, IllinoisRailway Exchange BuildingChicago, IllinoisThis is a zoom shot of the ceiling girders in this building. I was constantly amazed at how even the most industrial buildings had this level of...Jewelers Building, Chicago, IllinoisJewelers BuildingChicago, IllinoisThe Jeweler's Building had an elevator (up to the 22nd floor) that would hold an automobile, which prevented diamond heists during the Capone era...Palmer House A Hilton Hotel, Chicago, IllinoisPalmer House A Hilton HotelChicago, IllinoisLooking down onto the bar and lounge from the mezzanine, at the Palmer Hotel in Chicago. It was the first fireproof hotel after the original Palmer...Palmer House A Hilton Hotel, Chicago, IllinoisPalmer House A Hilton HotelChicago, IllinoisOne of three sets of Peacock Doors, designed by Louis C. Tiffany for the Peacock Jewelry store that set up shop here. The doors are cast in bronze...Palmer House A Hilton Hotel, Chicago, IllinoisPalmer House A Hilton HotelChicago, IllinoisThe Palmer House capitalizes on the peacock motif made famous by its Peacock Doors, also called Peacock Gates, designed by Tiffany and cast in...
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