At 6 in the morning in February-era Chicago, you don't find many people on the streets. The vast majority of people on the streets at this cold, bitter hour are in cars or warm places. I had my boots, coat, and a pair of gloves to help stave off the gnawing cold. I was on my way down to the harbor, hoping to catch the sunrise over Lake Michigan. I came across this tent under the tunnel. I did not check if it was occupied. I didn't want to disturb whoever had found a safe haven from the city for a night. I am glad, however, that nobody seemed to have bothered him and left him safe to get some rest.
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