Chicago at night – a time-lapse masterclass

Posted on January 9, 2013


Although I end up mentioning London and New York quite a bit on this blog, I still have lots of love for Chicago, a city I lived in for two spells in the 1990s.

The below video by Eric Hines, which I came across on the Atlantic Cities website between Christmas and New Year’s, is a beautiful view of the city, mainly shot at night. (My time spent in Chicagoland even saw me experience this thing called nightlife, as far as I remember.)

The city has long been famed for its architecture, as the home of the first skyscraper and influence of Frank Lloyd Wright, among others. The video captures the variety of structures and the ebb and flow of the place really well.


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