Been a long time in between posts. I apologize, but it really wasn't my fault. A storm whipped through here Monday morning and really did a number on the area. Over 800,000 homes without power. Nada. Zilch. We lost power Monday morning about 8:00 a.m. and it just returned around 9:00 tonight. What was worse than not having power was the fact that I did an absolutely wonderful photo trip on Sunday with the local photography club I belong to into the city on Sunday for an all day photo shoot. I came home Sunday with over 600 shots to go over but was too bushed to play with them. I planned on doing it Monday. Unfortunately, power went out before I had a chance and I'm seeing my pics tonight for the first time. Anyway, tonight's post is from Millennium Park in Chicago. Inside the park there is a feature called the Crown Fountain. There are two 50 foot tall glass block towers that spew water out and the kids can stand under the water. The day I went it was around 90 degrees so you know there were a lot of kids around. It was a really neat place. I'll be posting more pics from my trip over the coming days.