Two Towers

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  1. morydd

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    John Hancock and The Water Tower.
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    So the past meets the present. I wonder what it would look like with a darkened sky.
     
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    Very cool! :)
     
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    Very interesting.
    My how times have changed.
    They're both architecturally complex but I'm sure the older one carried more challenges. It's also alot prettier (i LOVE old buildings).

    Great comparison!
     
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    I love old buildings too, but I also think the Hancock is beautiful. This is part of the reason I love Chicago. We love our achitechture.
     
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    Love the contrast!
    I like that about old cities - the old v. the new...

    Pity about the spikes on the new tower; spoilt the overall impression a bit for me...
     

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