It must’ve been noon, the shadows were falling straight down and onto the streets.
They slowly made their way through the cluttered streets, pulling wagons full of crates in the midday sun. A slight breeze kept them cool and the sound of rustling metal debris filled the air.
It had been sometime since the streets were full of cars, the sky full of planes and the air full of exhaust.
“I guess that’s one of the perks.” He said, taking a deep breath.
“Yea, it’s interesting, the streets are covered in litter, but the sky is clear.” She replied, sarcastically.