May said goodbye with two magic moments. On Saturday 30 and Sunday 31, the so-called Manhattanhenge, an astronomical event in which the Sun is perfectly aligned with the Manhattan’s grid, took place. The connoisseurs were ready in the strategic points, along the 14th, 23rd, 34th, 42nd, and 57th streets, with their cameras, to hunt the perfect framing, the alignment between the Sun and the streets and buildings of the City. Those who didn’t know anything about the event could even feel that something unusual was happening since the rays of sunlight that filtered through the streets flooded them with an intense bright orange light. For all of us, it was the gift of the day. Simply impressive.
Here you have some shots of these gorgeous sunsets. Just for your information, there are two more opportunities on July 11 and July 12.