A harvest moon descends over Navy Pier and the Chicago Harbor Lighthouse. Blanketing its subjects in a soft orange hue. Navy Pier is a 3,300 foot pier protruding out into Lake Michigan from the Streeterville neighborhood of Chicago. The design was based on the 1909 Plan of Chicago by Daniel Burnham and Edward H. Bennett. Completed in 1916, it’s served many purposes from housing draft dodgers during the WWI to becoming a training center for the Navy in WWII, hence its name. Today it is a massive tourist attraction as well as a subject for John Harrison’s lakeside photos.
Photo by John Harrison
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