Nestling on the shores of Lake Michigan, the skyscrapers of Chicago give way to mile upon mile of flat ground with gazillions of lights glowing in the dusk.
I recently spent a week in Chicago and had the absolute pleasure of seeing Chicago from a variety of perspectives, whether it was from the lake during the day:
Or at night:
We also saw the famous "Bean", a sculpture by Anish Kapoor:
The glorious reflections provide a great perspective of those tall buildings along Michigan Avenue. But peer underneath and you can get an altogether more surrealistic perspective:
Of course, the dominant memory is of tall buildings:
And also from the river - including this unused bridge which is permanently raised:
But you also get to see a different perspective on the street:
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