Westward expansion. City lights as far as the eye can see. At the forefront you can see the 900 North Michigan Building, known for its stately four pillars, always lit in an interesting fashion, and the 900 Shops within. At 860 ft, it is the ninth tallest building in Chicago. Something to ponder as this photo was taken by John Harrison ¾ of the way up the Hancock.
These timeless images are rendered in stunning sepia and are as luminous as they are enchanting.
Photo by John Harrison
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