The Moon and This Part of New York City

Up here in Northern Manhattan, where the elevation is relatively
high, and the sky is not interrupted by skyscrapers,
we can keep good track of the moon.
This tracking applies to most of the moon's phases, conditioned only by the thickness of clouds.
At the intersection of Broadway and W. 204th Street at 6:43 a.m. this morning,
the newly waning moon hovered high over the melting snows in Fort Tryon Park.


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