Henceforth it shall be known as..."The Egg."

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    A sea gull sits atop the "Cloud Gate", a gleaming 66-foot-long, 33-foot-high stainless steel sculpture by Anish Kapoor, nicknamed "The Bean" at Chicago's Millennium Park. (Featured on Gapers Block)
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    For those unfamiliar with "The Bean", there's a good description here
    A video on YouTube..

    renmeleon, suttonhoo, izatchu, and 52 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. joey kennedy 96 months ago | reply

      Amzing capture, ashame it only has 8 favs, here, let me add one more!

    2. spikeblacklab 96 months ago | reply

      Stunning shot - couldn't figure it out between the bird and reflection until I read the caption below...

    3. east&uptown 96 months ago | reply

      Easily one of my all-time favorite bean photos. Or maybe THE favorite. :)

    4. bluman 96 months ago | reply

      Thanks guys. It was just a serendipitous event. Now "everything is illuminated." :)

    5. QuantumJedi 96 months ago | reply

      Hah... love it. Always good to see the "Bean"--er, "Egg" in different ways.

      Faved that one!

    6. jacki-dee 96 months ago | reply

      we are puzzled: the city in the egg? This is optical illusion stuff. VERY interesting. From me and my son....found on explore.

    7. bluman 96 months ago | reply

      Hi wermsus:

      Here's a snip from the official Millennium Park description:

      "Cloud Gate is British artist Anish Kapoor's first public outdoor work installed in the United States. The 110-ton elliptical sculpture is forged of a seamless series of highly polished stainless steel plates, which reflect the city's famous skyline and the clouds above. A 12-foot-high arch provides a "gate" to the concave chamber beneath the sculpture, inviting visitors to touch its mirror-like surface and see their image reflected back from a variety of perspectives...."

      More at their site.

    8. caring_litz 96 months ago | reply

      thanks for the educative informations!!
      stunning shot!!!!

    9. Flipped Out 96 months ago | reply

      Armand, this was at nikonstunninggallery.com as a lead in, a few pages in. Congrats!

    10. bluman 96 months ago | reply

      Cool. Thanks! I had no idea.

    11. lynl 96 months ago | reply

      that is intense!

    12. Goody. 96 months ago | reply

      VERY cool shot! Found on www.nikonstunninggallery.com.

      Rych has a good one as well here.

    13. *Marco* [deleted] 95 months ago | reply

      Fantastic and surreal :)

    14. Enrico Albanesi 95 months ago | reply

      What a capture!

    15. Bart Aldrich [deleted] 95 months ago | reply

      Most unique and wonderful.
      Bravo!

    16. toastforbrekkie 84 months ago | reply

      Hilarious! Please add to Entitled.

      flickr.com/groups/entitled

    17. vicambulist 73 months ago | reply

      Genius. I laughed a good bit at this one.

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