For the first time in September I took a trip across America. We started on the East coast in Chicago and took a train across the spine of America finishing the journey on the West Coast in San Francisco. Stopping in different cities along the way.
When we first got to Chicago I could see the amazing architecture on the horizon from the view of taxi.
When exploring the city I found such of blend of culture and life split across the city block by block.
The streets fueled by people moving back and forth and the constant noise of car horns provided a rhythm to it all.
From Chicago we boarded the train to start our long journey across the rural lands of multiple states.
From the Window all that could be seen was fields of corn,cows and other livestock pens, aswell collection of industrial buildings and warehouses.
We arrived in the City of Denver, Colorado and the scorching heat hit you like a brick as soon as the train doors were opened.
The city of was a magnificent blend of old and new architecture, the streets were clean and the hustle and bustle of the east coast had gone. The city of hot thin air was much more relaxed.
From Denver we got on the train to have a brief break in Salt Lake City, Utah.
When I was walking through the city I felt that I was sticking out more than usual, signs of the Mormon culture had influenced everything in the city such as the mannequins in shop windows.
We left on a our final stint of the journey towards San Francisco and the West Coast.