It’s a regular night in Midtown. Manhattan’s sprawl stretches on, an apparently endless sea of lights backed by the noise of the city. Business as usual in the Big Apple, or so it seems.
For residents of the metropolis used to seeing architectural titans like the Chrysler Building, the Rockefeller Center and 432 Park Avenue, it’s easy to take them for granted.
But then, on this night in question, something happens that changes the buildings’ appearance – and it’s enough to stop onlookers in their tracks and prompt them to gaze up in awe and disbelief.