5p.m. in Chicago. Rush hour begins. The sun starts to set. It’s a wonderful time to be in the city. Hustle and bustle. Beautiful lighting. Down in the Loop midday often looks the exact same as morning. Tall buildings cast shadows that trick and confuse your senses. 5p.m. during the spring looks differently. The sun stretches through the streets running east and west in a way that makes the buildings feel like canyons and people rush off to catch evening trains and buses. You feel like you’re walking through an urban jungle. More than any other time throughout the day the buildings reflect each other and the trees in windows.