A Beautiful Night For Manhattanhenge 2012! [Photos]

Little sun on the horizon - seen from 14th Street and Eighth Ave
Little sun on the horizon - seen from 14th Street and Eighth Ave via A Great Big City on Instagram
Little sun on the horizon - seen from 14th Street and Eighth Ave Watch out! Traffic stopped on 34th Street as people take photos Bright light in Times Square 'henging in the street at Union Square! The sunlight glows through Times Square Get a quick photo while the light is red! City folk point their cameras toward the sun Manhattanhenge from the Pulaski Bridge Strolling through the sunset Mini Manhattanhenge from across the water Radio City Music Hall and Manhattanhenge Funky skies after Manhattanhenge A view from Times Square Tudor City overpass packed with photographers Watching the sunset from the Tudor City overpass Manhattanhenge over busy traffic Manhattanhenge from across the water Hey, wrong way! Manhattanhenge down 23rd Street Across the water Ball of fire!
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After two rather cloudy nights during May’s Manhattanhenge, the July ’henge comes out to shine!

Did you take some great photos of Manhattanhenge? Send them in to A Great Big City and they’ll be featured here! Use the contact page or mention @agreatbigcity on Twitter or Instagram.

If you’re not in Manhattan, you can still see the ‘henge! Here’s a timelapse video from chenrisius on Vimeo that was taken from Long Island City:

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