Starting the month off with a little BBQ.
Walked into a liquor store on the way home, and this is what greeted us. Ok, a little weird, but not as weird As the open shooting range in the back of the store.
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Tagged Beer, booze, crazy, drinks, Jesus, liquor, Photography, Photos, store, Tom 365
I did not realize we had a fountain like this in Bolingbrook.
A little sweet for me, but it was a pretty drink.
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Tagged Chicago, cocktails, drinks, Photography, restaurants, Tom 365
Under the Bridge
If you found yourself in this line at U.S. Cellular Field today, you bought tickets from a secondary source like Vivid Seats or Seat Geek, and you tried to enter using your phone rather than a printed paper ticket. Sports and concert venues do not have any responsibility for tickets sold on the secondary market, and they cannot reprint tickets you did not buy directly from them. You need to direct your complaint to the company you bought the tickets from, not the box office. Buyer beware.
Posted in Baseball, Chicago, People Watching, Phoneography, Photography, Photos, Signs
Tagged bad tickets, Baseball, Cubs, lines, people, Phoneography, Photography, sports, tickets, Tom 365, White Sox
First game of the Crosstown Classic goes to the White Sox. Why???
Because Jesus is a Sox Fan.
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Tagged Baseball, Beer, Chicago, CrossTown Classic, Jesus, Phoneography, Photography, Photos, sports, Tom 365, White Sox
Between rainstorms I was able to take an interesting picture of the sun setting over the basil plants.
Perhaps only interesting to me, but did I really need to take twelve shots?
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Tagged basil, garden, Gardening, herb garden, herbs, Phoneography, Photography, Plants, rain, storm, sunset, Tom 365
I have not been taking a lot of black and white photos recently, but when I spotted this rusty truck hidden behind a tree, I decided to go back to an old friend.
No hair cut today. I am just a fan of the old style barber pole. This one was in downtown Plainfield.
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Tagged barber, barber pole, downtown, hair cut, Phoneography, Photography, Photos, Plainfield, sign, Signs, Tom 365