Today is the last Skywatch Friday post of the fall and the first of winter.
We have no idea if it is fall or winter. Today, we are supposed to get a
lot of rain, with record highs. Yet, a couple of days ago, it got down
to 14 degrees F (-10C).
I wasn't in time for sunset, and didn't get the best of it.
But sometimes, when it is almost night in a major city, the sky can be just as fascinating. Not only that, cityscapes can be the most fascinating of all.
Even in New York City, you can get fascinating sky shots. Maybe, especially, in New York City.
These two photos of the Empire State Building in fog were taken by a blogger, Bonnie, who blogs at a blog called Frogma, and I use these photos with her permission. I grew up in New York City but haven't seen Manhattan at night in many years.
Like the post featuring these photos.
Maybe one day I'll see New York City in the holiday dark once again. Until then, I'll enjoy the skies of upstate New York just fine.
Join Yogi and the other bloggers who watch the sky each Friday at #SkywatchFriday.