A few weeks ago I went on a 12-hour photo-binge. I started by shooting the sun setting from the Navy Pier parking garage, then moved on to the shores of Lake Michigan and the various boats coming and going from the city’s most popular tourist destination, before moving on to the Chicago River and Lower Wacker Drive. The next morning I got up and shot more pictures of the sun coming up.
As spectacular as a sunrise can be, I love being able to watch it set one day and then watch it rise the following day. There is something that much more majestic about seeing the sun disappear behind the earth and then reappear.
This picture is from that photo excursion. The sun is just peaking through two of Chicago’s taller buildings before “going to bed” for the night.