One of the greatest guitarists of all time, Queen’s Brian May posted yet another photo on his official Instagram page and announced that he’s ending his Chicago trip.

Brian shared the story of his days in Chicago and shared the parallel stereo photo as usual.

Here is the story of the photos:

Farewell Chicago ! This has been my view for the last week – not bad !! I’ve seen it in sunshine and in rain and seen it disappear in fog ! Only to reappear glistening like this.

I think Chicago is a beautiful city, with a strong architectural soul. We’ve been ‘hubbing’ out of Chicago – which saves in packing and unpacking, but honestly I don’t recommend it. It gives you twice the amount of travelling time, and I feel like I didn’t really experience St Paul or Culumbus at all. I like to breathe in the life of a city – it’s a rare privilege. But now – au revoir Windy City.

On to Nashville ! Yee hah !!! Music City !! — As usual, swipe between parallel stereo, cross-eye stereo, and mono ! For those who care about hyperstereos … my baseline between iPhone sequential shots here was about 4 feet (a little over a metre). And I always use the i3Dsteroid app now. Marvellous ! Bri”

Here are the photos below.

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Farewell Chicago ! This has been my view for the last week – not bad !! I’ve seen it in sunshine and in rain and seen it disappear in fog ! Only to reappear glistening like this. I think Chicago is a beautiful city, with a strong architectural soul. We’ve been ‘hubbing’ out of Chicago – which saves in packing and unpacking, but honestly I don’t recommend it. It gives you twice the amount of travelling time, and I feel like I didn’t really experience St Paul or Culumbus at all. I like to breathe in the life of a city – it’s a rare privilege. But now – au revoir Windy City. On to Nashville ! Yee hah !!! Music City !! — As usual, swipe between parallel stereo, cross-eye stereo, and mono ! For those who care about hyperstereos … my baseline between iPhone sequential shots here was about 4 feet (a little over a metre). And I always use the i3Dsteroid app now. Marvellous ! Bri

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