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This shot was taken at St. Boniface church in Chicago. It was built by one of the protegesmof Louis Sullivan of a century ago. It was closed down over 20 years ago due to a shift in policy. The Archdiocese has been trying to tear it down for a decade now. The property has alot of potential value if sold to a contractor, much more than it would get selling the building to an organization to be renovated and reused. Time will tell wether it will be saved or go by the wayside.

This shot is a small portion of the front facade. This orange and white short hair was sneaking in to grab a snack of the many pigeons whom roost inside.

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