Travel Post Friday: seeing landmarks in a new way

Becky and Sheila reflected in the Chicago Bean sculpture (photo by Sheila Scarborough)
Becky and Sheila reflected in the Chicago Bean sculpture (photo by Sheila Scarborough)

When two nutballs lie down on the ground, put their feet up and play with reflections, this is what you see.

My friend and Tourism Currents co-founder Becky McCray and I are reflected in Chicago’s shiny public sculpture Cloud Gate (often called “The Bean” because it looks like a giant silver lima bean lying on its side in downtown’s Millennium Park.)

How can you take more unusual photos of landmarks in your town?

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2 Responses to Travel Post Friday: seeing landmarks in a new way

  1. Sheila says:

    We saw another person lying on the ground under the Bean with their camera, and it was as though a big light bulb went off above my head and Becky’s at the same time!

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