106 cast iron figures by Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz
Compare this version with my previous version– taken when the building was just a tiny 18 story bump.
the well-lit building across the street reflected nicely on this glass faÃ§ade and the odd blue-lit floor under construction called down to me to take this shot
- happy consumption
- Momo tags the width of Manhattan
I’m showing another photograph from the fountain that is located south of the “Chase” building (here). I have a couple more of these that will likely post, so I hope you like fountains. Speaking of fountains and free-flow, Thanksgiving is tomorrow (free-flowing meat, alcohol, and backhanded compliments*). Yay for the holidays. I’m not going anywhere, but safe travels to those who are.
*depends on your family/social group
this was shot here.
Welcome to version 4 of wvallen.com. The machine is nearly complete, so enjoy the new interface and added features. At some point Iâ€™ll add color, but for now, youâ€™ll have to imagine it.
still building the site…
I’m still constructing the site. I guess I could have waited until I was done customizing the theme before I switched to the new version, but I didn’t feel like waiting.
version 4 is what you’re looking at and getting frustrated with as you try to navigate.
1. parts of the government are changing
2. the weather is changing
3. this site is changing
lose time by following this link: Photographs from the Chicago Daily News:1902-1933, Chicago Historical Society (American Memory, Library of Congress)
normally, i prefer landscape-oriented photos, however this one called for the portrait experience. speaking of changes, i’m in the planning phase of my site’s redesign. i realize that i change versions often, but what the hell, i’m bored with this interface.
…and i didnt just pass the academic hurdle, i kicked its ass. oh, and i didn’t take names.