Saturday, September 11, 2010

Night Sky in Lower Manhattan

September 11, 2010

From dusk on Saturday 9/11 until dawn on Sunday 9/12, the Municipal Art Society will again pay tribute to those who died on 9/11 by projecting twin beams of light into the sky above lower Manhattan. Illuminated by more than 40 xenon light bulbs, the rays—which evoke the shape and orientation of the Twin Towers—are the strongest shafts of light ever projected from Earth into the night sky. For the best viewing, just look south from any avenue on the west side of Manhattan.


6 comments:

Triz Designs said...

powerful memorial!

Amy Lilley Designs said...

agreed dear Triz....

Zaidat said...

A wonderful tribute.

Amy Lilley Designs said...

wonderful indeed Z...I'm so glad that they have kept up w/ it...very powerful!!

Azure Islands Designs said...

Wonderful tribute...it must be an amazing feeling to actually be there and see the lights!!!


How are you my friend...thanks for stopping by. I've missed all my special friends but couldn't be helped...you know me Amy I get side tracked to easily!

I scrolled through your posts...love the shells, rocks, and you pasta looks so delicious!!!

I'll stop by when I can...take care.
Cheers

Jack said...

So, I don't actually suppose it will have effect.
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