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As the sun goes down over New York you can feel a change coming over the city. It’s not that the city awakens because as we all know, it never truly sleeps. It’s more like a mood change. If you put a soundtrack to it, it wouldn’t be a full symphony orchestra or an operatic aria. It would a lone whining saxophone filling the gray night air (think an abstraction from The Love Supreme); much different than the frantic piano piece of the hectic work day. (think Flight of the Bumble Bee) It’s the sound of the endless possibility of victory, defeat, or both. When the night falls over New York City anything can happen and usually does.

Art Deco in the Fog
Chrysler Building, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Atlas Statue with Cabs
Atlas Statue with Cabs, Rockefeller Center, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
30 Rockefeller Center Through Tree Lights
30 Rockefeller Center Through Tree Lights, Rockefeller Center, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Midtown in Fog
Midtown in Fog, Midtown, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Rockefeller Center
Side Detail of 30 Rockefeller Center, Rockefeller Center, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso
Up Angle in Detail
Building and Sculpture Detail in NYC, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso
Steam in NYC
Steam Stack in NYC, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
NYC Street Lights
Street Lights in NYC, NYC, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013