Description: INT. & EXT. FIELDS NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, SHEDD AQUARIUM, MONARCH BUTTERLY ON FLOWERS, CHICAGO STREET SCENES W/ PEDS & TRAFFIC; DX- hispanic family sitting by lake front w/ Chicago skyline in bg., couple rollerblading away from camera along sidewalk; DX- couple roller blading along sidewalk filled w/ parking meters toward camera, lake visible in bg.; DX- family sitting on steps, baby in stroller drops bottle, mother & father stare at bottle falling down the steps; DX- ext. Fields Natural History museum, limestone statues, corinthian pillar, people at bus stop, ocean in bg & traffic in fg ; DX- ext. John G. Shedd Aquarium, visitors walking in & out; DX- chicago building skyline w/ choppy waters in fg.; DX- man walking along the boardwalk, people walking w/ their dogs along the shore; DX- woman at the beach talking & playing w/ her dogs, woman throws object into the water, dogs go after it but don't retrieve it; DX- clear water approaching the shore, waves rolling into the beach; DX- mother & little boy at beach, mom kneeled down touching the water, little boy seems afraid; DX-mother holds boy in front of her, she wants him to touch the water; DX- monarch butterfly on purple flowers, ext. arboretum type bldg. w/ garden in fg., cu pan fuzzy tail reed plant; DX- cu elephant, dad holding baby, talking to him & showing him the elephant; DX- h/s peds & traffic, busy Chicago street scene, various pans & tilt downs, more Chicago street scenes; DX- parking structure, silver elevated train passes by, elevated train arrives at station; DX- pan pigeons standing on ledge, l/s looking up at the Sears tower, int. Field Museum of Natural History, various; INT- chandelier, colorful banners/paintings, more scenes of the int. of the Natural History Museum, ecu corinthian pillar; DX- pov driving under bridge, traffic, various ;
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