Chicago looked beautiful this week.
The snowstorm predicted earlier this week didn’t quite live up to its expectations but we did still see a fair share of snowfall and it treated us to some magical views of Chicago. The anticipated storm meant that Chicago was largely ready for whatever came our way and there’s been little out of the ordinary this week.
Searching through the wide range of shots from Chicago’s talented photographers, however, and we’ve come across several that look like they could be works of art on display in the Art Institute of Chicago.
Here we’ve rounded up some of the very best images of Chicago this week, exhibiting our beloved city in all its beauty.
We’re still not 100% sure if this is a photo or not.
Water swirls worthy of a Van Gogh.
Sun and ice are a surefire recipe for beauty.
One of Monet’s Water Lilies series?
Once again, this could well be a painting?
“I’m from Chicago, I don’t break.”
Roll Over Spencer Gore.
The Great Wave Of Lake Michigan.
Does a lighthouse ever not look worthy of a painting?
Monet’s Japanese Bridge Part 2?
[Featured Image from Instagram / @rijojacobrobin]