Chicago in the fall

After an intolerably long wait, I finally got my hands on the new iPhone 6 Plus. And what’s a better way of testing it out than taking a walk in Chicago, snapping photos of some of the famous and not so famous sites. It’s sometimes quite cool to walk around your home town as a tourist.

I would’ve usually posted these directly on Facebook, but for two reasons I didn’t. First, Facebook ruins the photo quality; and second, people who aren’t among my Facebook friends also might want to see the quality of the photos the new iPhone is capable of taking. I did post most of these photos on Instagram though.

The Trump Tower with the recent addition of Donald Trump's own "Hollywood sign."

The Trump Tower with the recent addition of Donald Trump’s own “Hollywood sign.”

The Wrigley Building, just next to the Trump Tower.

The Wrigley Building, just next to the Trump Tower.

The Tribune Tower. Here comes our news.

The Tribune Tower. Here comes our news.

On the Chicago Riverwalk.

On the Chicago Riverwalk.

South Michigan Avenue, just by Millennium Park.

South Michigan Avenue, just by Millennium Park.

Formerly the highest building in the U.S.

Formerly the highest building in the U.S.

Aon Center, one of the tallest buildings in Chicago.

Aon Center, one of the tallest buildings in Chicago.

Public transport.

Public transport.

In Lincoln Park.

In Lincoln Park.

Batman territory, Lower East Wacker.

Batman territory, Lower East Wacker.

Lower N Michigan Ave.

Lower N Michigan Ave.

A view of the city from Lincoln Park.

A view of the city from Lincoln Park.

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