Tuesday, July 7, 2015

NF Trees and Bushes



Millennium Park
Hedges used as a fence around the pavilion ...

Movie night at the pavilion.  To keep this on point, the trees in the background surround the plaza that has the Bean. 

The Bean reflecting the trees that surround it :)  All in all Millennium Park is a wonderful place to visit :)

Andrea

8 comments:

  1. Oh wow, I love the hedge!!! If I ever get to Illinois, this park is at the top of my lost of things to see. I also enjoyed your "lamp art" from the last post. Like everyone else, I noticed the burned out bulb, but I'm sure that's not what you were referring to. Will you be giving us the answer to this puzzle?

    How is Izzi handling this heat? Sad to say, Pogo and I stay indoors. I'm not into the hot muggy air. I may look into renting a cottage near the ocean for a few days. I think this would be good for both Pogo and me.

    Pogo is having another of his picky eater days. I know he is hungry, but nothing seems to tempt him into eating. I do have the a/c on to cool the air so that maybe he will be more in the mood to eat. We'll see. Well, it's almost lunch time, so I'm off to the kitchen to see what I can find that is tasty.

    You and Izzi have a wonderful day. Hugs, Edna B.

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  2. I would like to go there.
    .Your pictures make me want to :)
    Have a nice day :)
    Mormor

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  3. Gosh that fence must be over 12 foot high. Would not like to be the one to cut it!!

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  4. Wonderful highlights to the Millennium Park♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/spikey-sentinel/

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  5. Love the living wall (hedge)! And the Bean is a curious building!

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  6. Oh my.
    So many people.
    Love that hedge.

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  7. hm, this is something I have not seen before. So great to combine fence and bush to create a wall. :) Thanks for capturing and sharing it Andrea :)

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  8. I love the hedge and the reflecting ball. Movie night looks popular. Have a happy day!

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