Aerial Photos of the Chicago River Being Dyed Green Will Hypnotize You
The dyeing of American rivers for St. Patrick's Day is a tradition nearly as old as barfing in a crowded place.
The dyeing of American rivers for St. Patrick's Day is a tradition nearly as old as barfing in a crowded place. According to folks in the know, cities use dyes with a compound that turns the water green like magic. See for yourself:
Some of the best images have come from Chicago, where the normally not-as-beautiful Chicago River cuts a dramatic green path through the Windy City's heralded cityscape. Here are some of the best pictures:
ICYMI: Incredible aerial photos of the Chicago River being dyed green http://t.co/mKDN4Zfljb pic.twitter.com/pnEzuMB4zp— Chicago Sun-Times (@Suntimes) March 16, 2014
Chicago River Goes Green for St. Patrick’s Day (Photo: @reuterspictures) http://t.co/pjIMJFLqyj pic.twitter.com/kAbpYuCkYA— NBC News Pictures (@NBCNewsPictures) March 15, 2014
Beautiful shot of our Chicago River! Plenty of fun ways on this list to celebrate the weekend! http://t.co/IzQCrdvGlh pic.twitter.com/vLfu0QnRtn— Megan Honda (@Megan_Honda) March 15, 2014