I humbly submit this photo taken in Chicago of the skyline from the Pilsen neighborhood--once a Polish enclave and now multi-cultural. This is typical of the buttermilk sky in Chicago on a lot of days of the year. I've kept this photo because it tells a bit of the history of Chicago in one big bite.On the far right, hardly peeking out is one of the earlier skyscrapers, the Amoco Building. In the middle is the tall, dark Sears Tower, reigning tallest building with the best view over the city and Lake Michigan. And then to the far left, a very old church steeple, the 'tallest' to the real people in this neighborhood.
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