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Lake Front Colonnade and Balcony
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This pano is shot at the overlook in the middle of the Colonnade that fronts the pump building – a popular spot for wedding party photos.


A series of off-stream waterfalls have been constructed along the Chicagoland waterways to improve the waterway quality. One of these waterfalls is this popular area. The "Harry 'Bus' Yourell Off-Stream Aeration Pool’s" park-like setting attracts many wedding parties for photo shoots, bike riders, joggers, and anyone who likes to relax by the water's edge. On any given day, one can find people reading a book beneath a shade-giving Weeping Willow, or strumming a guitar in time with the water fall’s natural music. Corny, but true.

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Copyright: Richard Drew
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 07/08/2009
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: colonnade; worth; il; illinois; river; lake; aeration; pool; waterfall; forest; trees
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