During travels on Google Street View I discovered Jackson, Michigan. On the left is the Blake Building (height 68 m) and more distant is the paler Jackson County Tower Building (70 m). Both were built in the 1920s. They are impressively big buildings for such a small city whose population is about 32,000, though back in the 1920s it was higher: around 50,000, reaching a peak of at least 55,000 in 1930. (Information on buildings and population from Wikipedia.)
Details: Pen; 2016; 30 cm x 21 cm. Unframed: original £200; print £30.
Included in the gallery Buildings / Urban