The Colors of Autumn in Chicago From Above
Nov09

The Colors of Autumn in Chicago From Above

Just because Christmas music has been on the radio for a week doesn’t mean we’re done with Fall yet.  Just look at the tops of the eco-striving buildings across downtown Chicago and you can see green roofs turning yellow, orange, and brown faster than that old pumpkin you forgot is on your porch because you don’t go outside anymore. The chestnuts over at YoChicago! roasted these pictures from the roof of 727 West Madison.  Since...

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Orange You Glad You’re Not Drinking It?

Autumn is here, and another one of Chicago’s colorful aquatic traditions is underway.  It’s not as dramatic or big or well-celebrated as the greening of the Chicago River, but the oranging of the Daley Plaza fountain is one method of keeping the seasons straight around...

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