Happy CC weekend! :)
Always something going on at Navy Pier. Haven't been there in many long years. Thanks for the memory. Nice capture in blues.
Thanks for reviving the Navy Pier memory...so festive...makes me want to return.
Looks like lots of fun to have in that colourful place.
What a colorful and fun looking photo. I've never been to Chicago except for an airport. It looks like a fun place to visit.
That's a beautiful picture. I am especially drawn to the photo in your header - what magnificent beauty!
This is very attractive photo; all in blue shades.
Wow, very cool! Wonderful for Color Carnival!
That is a colourful place!
What a riot of colors, truly uplifting! I came over here from Moannie's, after reading your comment about "Life of Pi" and your question about which ending she believed in. For me, I believe in Richard Parker! :-)I found a critic's review and - while I don't agree with - I enjoyed reading about a dozen or so of the comments there. They made me want to reread the book. I have a signed copy of the book, "To M: May your lifeboat overcome every storm" - November 8, 2002. I can't believe seven years have passed since then. He sure went on to become famous. http://blogcritics.org/books/article/the-life-of-pi-by-yann/page-5/
It is colorful and very lively, great photo. Like Eileen, the closest I have been to Chicago is O'Hare on several occasions. My mallard photo? It is straight from the camera as are most of my photos. I think I probably cropped it slightly but he was at the edge of the water next to the walkway. The light that day was perfect, I moved around to get the reflection. I don't own Photo shop or similar programs, it's not that I don't like them but it more of a personal challenge with myself to improve my photo skills. Plus twenty years ago it was just me and my SLR, no digital changes possible.Judy