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Working green | For a while I thought the green movement was a fad, but it seems like it’s caught on. I’ve worked in plenty of offices now that try to conserve paper use when they used to burn it like nobody’s business. Personally, I use almost no paper on a daily basis.

The fountain is really that green! This is the lead-up to St. Patrick’s Day, when everything goes green in Chicago, from the buildings’ night lights to the river to this little fountain. I’m fairly certain the man is working or studying during a late-afternoon break, but it would be much better to know he was sketching the waterfalls. We don’t actually know if this is the case, but at least he picked a great space for inspiration. I almost painted his water bottle green, but because very little touch-up went into this photo I chose not to doctor it any further.

Working green | For a while I thought the green movement was a fad, but it seems like it’s caught on. I’ve worked in plenty of offices now that try to conserve paper use when they used to burn it like nobody’s business. Personally, I use almost no paper on a daily basis.

The fountain is really that green! This is the lead-up to St. Patrick’s Day, when everything goes green in Chicago, from the buildings’ night lights to the river to this little fountain. I’m fairly certain the man is working or studying during a late-afternoon break, but it would be much better to know he was sketching the waterfalls. We don’t actually know if this is the case, but at least he picked a great space for inspiration. I almost painted his water bottle green, but because very little touch-up went into this photo I chose not to doctor it any further.

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