New York At Night

The city that never sleeps must mean that it’s always day time.  In a sense, it is. With the various neon signs and artificial lights peeking out of buildings, it is hard to imagine a time of total darkness.  The light sources, of course change from natural sunlight to a man made projection onto the night sky. I wanted to emulate the sunrise and sunset as a cycle that is never ending.  Not only is there no true darkness in the city, but there is also a severe lack of stars. This of course, is due to the light pollution. Stars can only be seen when they are the brightest source of light in the sky.  Because of all the man made light, coming from city goers, the stars are outshined.

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