Spectacular Lighting Just Twice a Year: Don’t Miss Manhattanhenge

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Photo: Sahadeva Hammari

Photo:Sahadeva Hammari

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Halina says:

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Very great shot timing! This pictures are simply stunning.

DanielKphoto says:

Wow, “What light through yonder streets breaks”, absolutely stunning! Couple of wonderful shots among these!

Thanks a lot for sharing :)

wonderful images, gives me an idea :) Thanks !!

Adam Haworth says:

Wow spectacular images, the light is just beautiful.

Jeff Davis says:

So I was trying to figure out a way to determine when this would happen in other locations and I found the NOAA Solar Calculator. It takes a little trial an error but it draws a nice line on a Google Map that shows the direction of the sun.

http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/grad/solcalc/

-Jeff

RvF says:

Fascinating, perfect light for been out and about with the camera:-)

faisal says:

Excellent image (the first one), very well shot and the light is awesome ;-)

Brad says:

I wonder if, centuries from now, ancient astronaut theorists will decide that there must have been some significance to those two dates for us to have built our city that way?

Christian says:

Wow! Steve Kelly did a nice job there. Are there any more of those beautiful events happening across the US or NY?

Quite intriguing that Manhattanhenge :)

I LOVE this first image! Now that is sweet-light!!

One of my most rewarding captures is from a pier in La Jolla, California – same kinda thing as this, where you have a couple days a year where you can capture the sun setting directly down the corridor. It essentially took me 4 years to get this shot! Check it out: http://www.scottreither.com/details.php?prodId=65&category=5

Anonymous says:

like me gusta la foto

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