It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas, 2012 – Part 7

Christmas Tree in Pioneer Court

The lights of the Christmas tree in Pioneer Court (401 North Michigan Avenue) provide a reverse silhouette against the wall of skyscrapers along the Chicago River.

Unlike most Christmas trees that are put up by building owners and managers in Chicago, this one bears a message at its base.

Christmas Tree in Pioneer Court

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