Ken Ilio's Uncommon Photographers

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[...] A photographer (right) looking so inconsequential amid the grandeur of the Chicago River and buildings along it. There is no city in the world where you can view the most majestic [...]

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[...] I haven’t been paying attention lately, but apparently, this photo of the Chicago River and the buildings that are on the bend of the river, not only made it to explore but also was [...]

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