1. Spottin’ ‘em left and right … Signs for this week’s theme by @chicagotribune #trib2014. (at Chicago Union Station)

  2. Art is pattern informed by sensibility.
    — Herbert Read

    (at RiverCenter/Adler Theatre)

  3. New place, new view. And new “alarm clock” called leaving the blinds up :)

    Happy Friday, friends.


  4. We can bring our spiritual practice into the streets, into our communities, when we see each realm as a temple, as a place to discover that which is sacred.
    — Jack Kornfield

    #reveallove (at Francis W. Parker School)

  5. Top down, head up. @mercedesbenz #dogspreferconvertibles (at Francis W. Parker School)

  6. The Looking Down Generation™ (at CTA Fullerton Red/Brown/Purple Line Station)

  7. Clouds do not really look like camels or sailing ships or castles in the sky. They are simply a natural process at work. So too, perhaps, are our lives.
    — Roger Ebert

    Happy Saturday, friends. My dancing shoes are on!

    (Link to full-res post on my site in my profile.)

    #chitecture (at The Adler Planetarium)

  8. Who’s spending time with someone they love tonight?

    #lovethoneyourewith (at North Avenue Beach Hook Pier)

  9. There’s an opposite to déjà vu. They call it jamais vu. It’s when you meet the same people or visit places, again and again, but each time is the first. Everybody is always a stranger. Nothing is ever familiar.
    — Chuck Palahniuk, Choke

    Chicago is always a stranger to me. Even now, when I can bike to spots with my eyes closed, I greet an altogether unique scene upon opening them, seeing the familiar remarkably reborn.

    #hancockspotting (at North Avenue Beach Hook Pier)

  10. Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.
    — Albert Einstein

    #chitecture (at North Avenue Beach (Chicago))