Photo by myself at the Time Warner Center, in Columbus Circle.
Above, the main atrium space in the Time Warner Center. In the background are Columbus Circle and Central Park South.
Suspended in the atrium are twelve stars, each internally illuminated with LED lights. The largest stars are 14 feet tall.
The LED lights cycle slowly through the color spectrum, turning the stars blue, purple, yellow, orange, red and green. It takes less than a minute to get through the entire spectrum. I took the above photo at around 3 pm.
Starting at 5pm every day is a light show called Holiday Under the Stars. The show includes over 150 strobe lights and a musical soundtrack. The show must be very dramatic, since by that time it's dark outside.
Above, the lights slowly turn from blue to green.
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