Chicago’s Big Blizzardo

State Street in Chicago

Yup, just as predicted by Praajek, Chicago was nearly destroyed by a once-in-a-epoch snow storm that completely buried the city, covering landmarks such as the Willis (formerly Sears Tower) Tower and the John Hancock building. Here are a few of the photos I was able to capture as great risk to my life and various limbs, organs and personal appurtenances.  Long known for it’s steely nonchalant attitude toward major snow storms, Chicagoans woke this morning and with shovels in hand began the digging-out that would send them dutifully on their way to their places of work, worship, food and drink. Destroyed but not down. That’s Chicago.

Downtown Chicago  
Lake Shore Drive

Author: Lawrence Rudmann

Multi-genre comedic political poet and trender/periscoper of what's around the corner. Avid tennis player and ukulele strummer. Comedic poetry stimulator and healer.

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