First Presbyterian Church of Evanston – Open House Chicago 2018, Part 5

One of the most beautiful churches in Evanston, particularly its stained glass windows, is the First Presbyterian Church, which we visited during Open House Chicago 2018 in mid-October.  The architect of this building was Daniel H. Burnham, the same man who made Chicago famous for the design of the White City during the World’s Columbian […]

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FOTD: Red Roses

I walked to the bank the other day and saw these red roses still blooming beautifully, in spite of the colder than normal weather we’ve had this October! Posted for Cee’s FOTD 10/20/18. This song “Roses” expresses so well the angst of young (unrequited?) love.

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WPC: Works of Art

Sue W.’s Weekly Photo Challenge this week is Work of Art.  Works of art are everywhere – an artist’s painting, a mural on a wall, a beautiful building, or natural works of art – a sunset, a rainbow, blooming flowers, animals – and animals creating their own works of art!  A work of art doesn’t […]

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RDP: Slippery in Winter

Last winter was a mild one for the Chicago area in comparison to others in recent memory. We got some snow, after which it thawed a bit, then turned cold. This made the roads and sidewalks icy and slippery. It became easier and less hazardous to walk on the crunchy snow than on the sidewalks […]

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CFFC: Music & Coffee

Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge is 4th in a series of photos, in which we are to find themes. Here is her photo for this week: Looking through my archives, I found the themes 2 guys, guitar, musicians, instruments, coffee, coffee house, sofa, messy stack of magazines on a coffee table. Coffee Guitar, musicians 2 guys, guitar, […]

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