It was just a couple of hours ago that I snapped this picture of the waning rays of sunlight over the World Trade Center area.
The sunlight can be very spectular downtown. Undoubtedly, this ‘effect’ is the result of the tall buildings which may give scale to the light.. or maybe its the reflections on the sides of the building.
In theory, when I’m in the East Village, the sky is much more open, after all. But when there’s a big skyscraper poking into it, like it does downtown, it seems to raise the canopy of the sky.
January 3rd, 2007
Entry Filed under: East Village, New York City