The Chicago Series, Part III

The Chicago Series is back, and this time we roam the Windy City a little more. Previously, we took a scenic bus ride to Navy Pier. In this installment, we wander amongst the streets, and we travel on through the famous Millennium Park to take in the arts, and the culture of the city. It’s another installment in Epsilon’s photo spread of the city of Chicago, and it all begins right now.

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A quick glance up at the buildings


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Children play in the water park as their parents look on


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A bed of flowers brings some additional color to the park


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Speakers from the ampitheatre streach out a
long ways across the lawn


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Instruments wait patiently on the stage for their musicians


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A look at, well, a lot of stuff. Remember this picture!
(It will come back in the semi-near future somewhere…)


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A look at some of the ampitheatre’s architecture


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A fish bowl-view of Chicago’s skyline

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A fountian sprays water in the park in front of some
classic roman pillars
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