Time-lapse of the sun setting over the Chicago skyline from 56 miles away in Michigan
Time lapsed the sunset over the Chicago skyline from over 56 miles away in Michigan tonight

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Ever wondered if you can see the tippy tops of the Chicago skyline from the western shores of Michigan? Well, you can! From Grand Mere State Park in Stevensville, Michigan this evening I captured just that: a time-lapse of the sun setting.behind the tallest Chicago skyscrapers. From left to right, you have: the Sears (Willis) Tower, the Aon Center, the newly-built Vista Tower, Trump Tower, and finally the John Hancock Center (now known as 875 North Michigan Avenue) The zoom in about half way through the time-lapse shows a plane taking off from O'Hare Int'l Airport ~ 6:14 PM. There were a lot of departures around this time so no way to nail down the specific flight, with certainty. Full length time-lapse without speed ramping available for my patrons here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/30616397 ⭐️Enjoy this? Like what I do? Get hi-res photo downloads, discover the settings I use, and support my full-time photography here → https://www.patreon.com/join/trevormahlmann Follow for more: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TrevorMahlmann Twitter: http://twitter.com/TrevorMahlmann Instagram: http://instagram.com/TMahlmann Music: Salt Lamp / Jobii from EpidemicSound.com