one of the popular joints in chicago and a center for meeting new people and making good friends.
there were a lot of people who seem really interested in the visual effects of this little stainless steel object.
it is like a big silver boble can pop anytime, so neat look and see youself inside at top reflection!
Such a beautiful place to walk around. If you want to take amazing photos I would get there early
The famous Cloud Gate, or "The Bean", fun area to take photos of your reflection, right in a busy area in Millennial Park.
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 Chicago’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.Inspired by liquid mercury, the sculpture is among the largest of its kind in the world, measuring 66-feet long by 33-feet high.Cloud Gate sits upon the AT&T Plaza, which was made possible by a gift from AT&T.
Fun must see sight when visiting Chicago. Beware of crowds and countless selfie sticks