Wednesday, October 28, 2009

time traveling

That old buttermilk sky in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood this May. Once a predominately Polish village, Pilsen is now gentrified, including a large Hispanic population as well as hipsters. This tall church gave me the feeling of being in another century and place.
See more sky views here.
One’s destination is never a place,
but a new way of seeing things.
Henry Miller


Snap said...

Love the Henry Miller quote, but then, I usually love all your guotes! Chicago is one of my favorite towns.

Cloudia said...

Very nice pic, post & quote, Noni.

Aloha, Friend!

Comfort Spiral

claude said...

Hi Noni !
I agree with Cloudia.

jabblog said...

Gentrification makes humble homes desirable and out of the reach of poorer folk. Love the photograph and the information.

Donna said...

Very pretty!!!hughugs

Daryl said...

I love how easy it is to lose oneself in a time machine bubble when looking at old architecture

i beati said...

I love the differences in architecture..from Canada state to state

clairz said...

Lovely post, photo, and quote. Thank you for sharing.

Pietro said...

Very attractive view of the church in the cloudy sky. Nice quote too!