More pictures for the “On My Commute Today” group on flickr. The walk from the studio to the parking garage is chock full of people and buildings and light. This is a bus shelter on State St with a plexiglass case in one of the side ends of the structure and it holds a suspended 3 foot long metal screw.
We’ve seen this before on Chic Knits (click on pix at right), when a store hung a cool poncho in the case to tempt me on my way to work. The above is, I think, an ad for a comm service of some kind, encouraging us to get un-screwed, supposedly by using their service? Alrighty. The only way I’d feel unscrewed is if it was free and they gave me an iPhone.
You can see why they put the ad where they did because State St. is one of the most crowded streets of all in the city and wherever there’s people, there’s people on their cell phones. I especially like the power walkers who don’t miss a beat (or word) while moving about. Here’s a guy going into the Red Line subway without losing his connection to his peeps. Personally, I thinks its freaky (and a little rude) to talk on a cell on the train (raise your hand if you’ve “witnessed” a breakup!), so you’ll see me with my BBerry in hand playing Scrabble instead, yes, sometimes walking.
Here’s a lovely rack of bikes for the greener amongst us who pedal to work, even at night (this is around 11 pm). Maybe it’s theater goers, but I doubt it. We’re not that green here in Chicago.
More interesting to me than the front of the Chicago Theater Building is its side, seen here from where I parked my car, Level 4, Fashion (don’t you love how they name the levels so you can remember where the hell you left it). I usually park on Fashion or Accessories, (Level 2).
This shot tickled me the most, so I blended the layers of it a little to make a poster. I think this would look great in my kitchen.