Avid West Chelsea Manhattanhenge chronicler Pamela Wolff is the restless type who can’t be content waiting around for May 30 or July 12–the remaining days of 2021 when the full sun aligns with Manhattan’s grid, making the camera-ready island even more spectacular. So on April 26, Wolff set her sights on a celestial phenomenon seen where she’s currently ensconced. But the much-balyhooed “Pink Moon” Supermoon rising over the Atlantic at Longnook Beach in Truro, MA, reported Wolff, “turned out to be more orange than pink.” Not bad, though.
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