My return visit to the Chicago Cultural Center. The Center was originally built as the City of Chicago's Main Branch of the Public Library until the Harold Washington Library was opened in October of 1991.
Returning to the Chicago Cultural Center ALWAYS reveals new "finds" I've never seen before. This time I had with me in tow my new wide-angle lens which was put to good use when capturing the Tiffany dome not only in the Preston Bradley Hall seen beyond the three archways, but the GAR Memorial Hall as well. The intricate mosaics that are seen throughout are truly impressive.
A night and day difference can be seen between this capture with my DSLR camera and my point and shoot camera capture from last year here.
Photo taken February 5, 2010.
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