Saturday, September 24, 2022


From last evening... a look at Stuyvesanthenge, an event during in which the setting sun is aligned with Stuyvesant Street at Ninth Street and Third Avenue to 10th Street in front of St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery...
Per Wikipedia: "Although the street runs diagonally in relation to the Manhattan street grid, geographically it is one of the few true east–west streets in Manhattan, since most of the grid runs southeast–northwest at a 28.9 degree offset."


  1. Now that is cool - the only " True dead on balls East/ West Street in Manhattan " Check the compass on your phone next time y'all wander over there

  2. Carol from East 5th StreetSeptember 24, 2022 at 8:36 PM

    Wow love this! Unfortunately not much left of Stuyvesant Street. Good to celebrate it while we still can.


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