weekly photo challenge – an unusual pov

It was not easy for me to make my mind about what was going to be the main object in my photo here – the flowers or one of the most beautiful skyscrapers in Chicago – The Carbide and Carbon Building, also know as the Champagne building. The skyscraper got it’s own space in the end. *smile

Photo is taken from Grant Park .. in July 2012. One of my favorite shots again. Chicago is a city full of unusual view points and because of that it has become my favorite big city with bright lights.

grant park 2

“If you don’t like your situation,
change your point of view.”
Christopher J. Crise

Why not join the challenge … or check out other unusual points of views: Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual POV 

60 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge – an unusual pov

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    • Thank you, Colleen … it has become one of my favorite shots too – the skyscraper got it’s own space. And the flowers wasn’t that high, but here they look massive.

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  7. Sunflowers are out of this world, totally amazing – and it doesn’t matter if they are situated in front of an unusual building or just by themselves.
    You did it once again, my dear – great photo!
    Have a safe trip and E N J O Y xo 🙂

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    • Heather, sitting in London just now …. never seen this much people on any airport before and this terminal is only British Airways … nobody stays at home.
      Love yellow flowers … it’s like having the sun here on earth. Looking forward to see your catch. *smile … Say hello to Chicago for me.

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  13. It is surprising sometimes how the composition of a photo can enhance the beauty of not only nature but a man made object as well… I love this photo… there is obviously something about Chicago that you love… never been there but it is getting more of a wishlist feeling from your posts…

    • Let me put this way … there is nothing I don’t love about Chicago …. not what I have seen anyhow.
      Fantastic city … art, parks, water … flowers, fountains, skyscrapers, outstanding food.
      This photo has become one of my favorites … I love yellow flowers it’s like having the sun here on earth.
      Thanks for you always so fantastic support.

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