Locals and Tourists #6 (GTWA #11): Chicago

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Blue pictures are by locals. Red pictures are by tourists. Yellow pictures might be by either.

Base map © OpenStreetMap, CC-BY-SA

anneamelia, Squirrel Ally, and 122 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. mindfrieze 47 months ago | reply

    This is very cool. Thanks for sharing these.

    I wish I could see an interactive, vector version of these where I could zoom-in and click on each dot to see its corresponding photo.

  2. swanksalot 47 months ago | reply

    I guess Midway and O'Hare Airports aren't on here.

  3. Ausländer 47 months ago | reply

    Essentially the same as the geotagging one, looks cooler though. Neat!

  4. Eric Fischer 47 months ago | reply

    Yes, it's the same data as the other map, just interpreted differently.

    I think part of Midway made it on, right at the bottom edge.

  5. pushijima 47 months ago | reply

    What is in the area on the west side around Harlem Ave. and Lake St. that interests tourists? Oak Park, so is it the architectural tours?

  6. BarrettB 47 months ago | reply

    That's Forest Ave and Chicago Ave in Oak Park, heart of the Frank Lloyd Wright district.

  7. jamesjulius 47 months ago | reply

    pretty sweet!

  8. p2wy 47 months ago | reply

    Love it!

  9. hobbified 47 months ago | reply

    @swanksalot They're both right at the edges of the map, halfway off the map. Someone's gone and tagged them now :)

    Incidentally, Brookfield Zoo was the first thing that I was able to find :)

  10. Mr_Marbles 47 months ago | reply

    These are fascinating! And quite beautiful too!

  11. yooperann 47 months ago | reply

    I like how Navy Pier is all tourists!

  12. artland 47 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called artland, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  13. vicambulist 47 months ago | reply

    Curious - why does there appear to be streaks of photos out in the lake? Are these typical paths that tourist boats take?

  14. Eric Fischer 47 months ago | reply

    In other cities paths in the water like that generally seem to be ferries. I'm guessing the Chicago ones are too although the routes aren't as clear as some.

  15. yooperann 47 months ago | reply

    No ferries in Lake Michigan--at least in the Chicago part of Lake Michigan. They must be from tourist boats, which are indeed very busy in those areas.

  16. find myself a city (1001 Afternoons in Chicago) 27 months ago | reply

    An awful lot of Chicago is missing (like that south of 63rd Street.)

  17. Eric Fischer 27 months ago | reply

    I know, but you've got to draw the line somewhere, and there are not many geotagged pictures posted further south.

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