In this photo, it is almost as if the sun and the moon have switched qualities. The harvest moon shining brightly in fiery orange as the stark white and battered Chicago Harbor Lighthouse stands strong in the forefront. The Chicago Harbor Lighthouse has guided ships into Navy Pier as well as other piers since 1919. However, it was built in 1893 for the World’s Columbian Exposition and moved to its current location in 1919. It can still be seen today from 24 miles away. A fiery orange harvest moon low in the sky is a perfect backdrop for the lighthouse photo.
Photo by John Harrison
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