The most magical sunset of this year was caught on camera between buildings along 42nd Street in New York.
Manhattanhenge happens only four times each year when the sun rises or sets parallel to the New York City street grid in Manhattan.
This year too, the photographers, influencers, and sunset lovers gathered on 42nd Street to click the iconic Manhattanhenge sunset.
As reported, the sun was caught on cameras aligned with the street grid at 8:12 pm local time on May 30.
Check out some of the shots we have picked for you while hashtags #ManhattanhengeMay2023 and #Manhattanhenge trend on social media timelines.
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