rutakintome in Around Town, black and white, Chicago, Downtown, Millennium Park, The Bean April 14, 2015 36 Words what the bean saw Back to Millennium Park for this post. Chicago is a remarkable city to experience as a photographer. I hope to take some more time this year to enjoy the architecture and parks of the Windy City. Share this:TwitterEmailLinkedInFacebookMoreRedditTumblrWhatsAppPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related Taggedblack and whiteChicagoCityCloud GateMillennium ParkThe BeanUrbanwindy city
10 thoughts on “what the bean saw”
I love the angle of this- very dramatic- like the city itself 🙂
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Thank you, and thanks for the update! Still following. 🙂
I love your “bean” series. I like the angle you choose each time ! Wonderful photograph !!!
Thank you!! 🙂
“what the bean saw” – ha! Love the title as much as the photo.
Thanks! 🙂 and thanks for stopping by!
Nice. There must be a lot of photographers attracted to this.
Thanks, and yes, The Bean may be one of the most photographed sculptures in all of Chicago.