Photo Shoot: Chicago, Part II

Welcome to another installment in our The Chicago Series photo spread. In our previous installment, I had just arrived in Chicago and was riding a bus to an undisclosed location. A place that was kept secret… until now. For, my friends, I went to the world-famous Navy Pier. I saw a great skyline, pirates, creepy-crawling critters, and so much more. Did I the mention pirates? Because that was entertaining! So sit back and enjoy as Epsilon brings you just a small sampling of the many sights that behold you at the Navy Pier!

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A *slightly* crooked view down the pier.


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A look at a very “old-school”-style building.
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A glance at the Chicago skyline. From this vantage point,
it almost appears as if the Sears tower is not the tallest
skyscraper in the city!


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Oh yeah, the pirates! Whoever these guys were, they were
busy all day shooting pictures of themselves in pirate garb.
We saw them going all over the pier, posing for photos.


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When you think of Chicago, you think of tall buildings, shopping
centers, business centers, the national bank… But you don’t think
of small little bugs creeping along on the ground! Then again,
I don’t want to associate Chicago with bugs!


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People walk along the pier, in the shadow of the city.


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Ah, the colored shirts of daycare tour groups.


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This was in the Navy Pier glass window museum.


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Children of all ages gather in the mall to watch
a magician perform his tricks.


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A quick look inside the garden room.


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I’m back outside now, at the carnivale of f-u-n!


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A colorful look at the Dutch Swing
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A slightly artsy look at the ferris wheel


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Finally, we close Part II with this shot of
nature versus the city. Also, somebody might
want to prune those dead-looking leaves. Just a suggestion.

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