We went to Chicago for a few days. The sun was shining and the city looked beautiful. (Click on images to expand)
I had not been in Chi-town for years and forgot how much street sculpture and art there is. Cloud Gate is a reflective public sculpture Millennium Park. It is clearly beloved by tourists and is selfie-central.
Two Lions are the iconic guardians of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Agora is an installation of 106 headless and armless iron sculptures at the south end of Grant Park.
In Grant Park I liked the Spearman and the Bowman, erected to commemorate the Native Americans.
And the Crown Fountain in Millennium Park is a very interesting installation. The collection of faces is from a cross-section of 1,000 Chicago residents.
And lots of sculpture.
And should we forget, Chicago is the most important railroad center in North America. More lines of track radiate in more directions from Chicago than from any other city.