The contrast of the green "grass" with the red brick and purple doors really make this one of my personal favorites. It is an example of things we might see everyday but overlook how interesting it might be. I left the Hood Furniture building in to provide context.
From Fine Art
"The Family Bean"
This family is enjoying their reflection in the Cloud Gate sculpture a/k/a The Bean in Millennium Park in Chicago.
"Cloud Gate is British artist Anish Kapoor's first public outdoor work installed in the United States. The 110-ton elliptical sculpture is forged of a seamless series of highly polished stainless steel plates, which reflect the city's famous skyline and the clouds above. A 12-foot-high arch provides a "gate" to the concave chamber beneath the sculpture, inviting visitors to touch its mirror-like surface and see their image reflected back from a variety of perspectives."
John Hancock Center in Chicago. This building has been home to many of Chicago's most affluent residents including Jerry Spring. Chris Farley lived and died here and the building has been featured in several movies.