Earlier this week on Tuesday was the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. The past few years I've made a point of taking sunset photos on both the longest and shortest day of the year. We've been having terribly unsettled weather this week and by the time I had gotten to the roof, the sun was deep behind the clouds and you couldn't really see much toward the west.
I took few shots looking south east toward Union Square and the Lower East side of Manhattan. The photo above is one such photo, and you can clearly see the top of the iconic Flatiron Building in center frame. I had intended to take a few HDR photos, and took several hundred frames for a timelapse but was unhappy with either result.
Happy Summer Solstice
Summer Solstice Sunset in New York City