Quite often, to keep our minds off the slings and arrows of outrageous potholes that are so plenty-full on DuSable Lake Shore Drive, while he drives, she clicks the vistas along our route. This past weekend, they were doing their best to impress.
So, of course, we had to share a few with the class.
Even at night, this is one of the prettiest drives of any big city.
And the closer you get the more it inspires smiles.
Even crossing the lower level bridge has its charms.
It’s easy to see why Batman liked this route.
Once we arrived at our appointed destination, because of the NCAA Tournament, not surprisingly, last Saturday night’s show started a little later than we’d planned.
Our monitor’s screen, we could see that, in the newsroom, Steve Ruxton was ready and waiting … and waiting … and waiting.
A very patient Steve Ruxton.
But, once it was showtime, we got to hang with Patrick Crispen, Roger Badesch, Mike Himebaugh and more, so we thought it was worth the wait.
Patrick shared some of his AI Imaging results with us and we thought you might like to see some of them.
This is what AI Imaging thinks is a United Airlines plane. Among other things, notice the spelling and only one engine and … well, we don’t think we’ll be flying it anytime soon.
And, here are various AI Images of a Chicago landmark you may have heard of.
AI likes The Tribune Tower.
At 2AM, before we left, we had to take one last look out the window.
Even in the wee hours, with hardly anyone around, what a beautiful city!
If you missed any of the show, or if you’d like to hear it again, the podcast is now posted. Here’s the link.
As always, thanks for hanging out with us.
Steve & Johnnie