Chicago As An Urban Quilt

The internet is an inherently visual medium.  And Chicago provides photographers with endless captivating visuals.  The combination has led to the creation of tens of thousands of web sites promoting Chicago’s beauty.

Blogger Angie McMonigal contacted us recently about her new photography project.  She sees the contrast in Chicago’s architectural styles as a kind of urban quilt.  If that doesn’t make sense to you, it will when you view a selection of her photographs below.  For more, you can visit her web page.

Urban quilt photograph (Courtesy of Angie McMonigal)
Urban quilt photograph (Courtesy of Angie McMonigal)
Urban quilt photograph (Courtesy of Angie McMonigal)
Urban quilt photograph (Courtesy of Angie McMonigal)
Urban quilt photograph (Courtesy of Angie McMonigal)
Urban quilt photograph (Courtesy of Angie McMonigal)
Urban quilt photograph (Courtesy of Angie McMonigal)
Urban quilt photograph (Courtesy of Angie McMonigal)

from Chicago Architecture https://www.chicagoarchitecture.org/2017/06/01/chicago-seen-as-an-urban-quilt/

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