A jogger takes it slow.
A fallen leaf absorbed enough heat from the sun to melt its own hole in a thin ice shelf.
Big John looms to the south.
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Can anyone tell me how to get to Grant Park?
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A drake with a lady friend.
Flaps down, check. Gear down, check.
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I'm hoping that bomb bay door doesn't open.
A goose flotilla.
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Crows are always up to something.
A young Cooper's hawk weighs its food options. A crow might be a tough target.
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A squabble breaks out between two Chilean flamingos at the zoo.
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It's probably hard to do much damage when your beak points down.
An interested spectator peers in from upper right.
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Flowers for Adelor, the zoo's 18 year old lion who was put down recently.
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A keeper examines a gray seal.
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The South Pond Nature Preserve with the magnificent skyline as a winter evening approaches.
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And the geese head out for the evening.
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