Chicago suburbs from the air

all neat and tidy-like...

  • Carey Pohanka 6y

    They remind me of Monopoly houses.
  • dOra narinw 5y

    They remind me of a fairytale, everything all so perfect.
  • mlhradio 4y

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  • Keith Daniell 3y

    Thank you Shawndra and Simon for sharing your work under a Creative Commons license. This image appears on "Day Without End", a music video/slideshow project about global consciousness that is freely available to all and can be seen here:
    Your art, along with hundreds of others, has created a powerful flow to the story and I hope that you enjoy the video! Your image(s) are credited at the end of the video indicating the image title, your Flickr account ID and your website.

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  • australianpolicyonline 2y

    Thanks from Australian Policy Online. This pic is on APO's home page (with attribution) for a few days from 4 March 2013. See (illustrating an article called 'Why don’t we design better suburbs?'). Thank you for listing your image with a Creative Commons license.
  • moneysoldiers 1y

    I like this photo. I used this in my personal finance blog, Money Soldiers
  • ryotaro takao 11mo

    I used this photo in my blog post. The page will be published on May 28th. Thank you.
  • MP At The Geek Anthropologist 8mo

    Thanks for sharing! I used this image on my blog!
  • егік етi ѕмiт 2mo

    That looks really quite creepy. If a neighborhood looks like this in a movie, you can be sure things will go horribly wrong.

    It looks just too clean and tidy mainly because the trees are all so small. I guess the neighborhood was built only recently. And to me, as a Dutchman, it looks odd that everybody has a big lawn, but that may be normal in the US. Over here people will plant flowers and bushes and they will put a hard cover (tiles or bricks) on part of their property, so the lawns are a lot smaller.

    But it doesn't really compare since our suburbs have row houses with little front- and backyards.
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Taken on May 28, 2008
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