On my walk over to their apartment, I passed the Revson Fountain, a very beautiful and creative fountain in the center of Lincoln Center. It was designed as a traditional fountain, and at set times to be a fountain show. Whenever I am in the neighborhood and I pass by the fountain, it is always in its "relaxed" form.
But as I passed the fountain last night, it was far from relaxed. The fountain was doing some serious acrobatics. I finally saw the fountain show!
A very impressive fountain :-).
Later that night, as I sat and studiously worked on a final paper for one of my classes, I was suddenly interrupted by some strange noises...
I honestly thought there was a massive gun fight going on in Lincoln Center down below.
I looked out the window, and realized immediately that it was FAR from a gun fight...
There were FIREWORKS over the Hudson River!
(Remember how I said the apartment has an amazing view? Shout out the E family for allowing me to feature your apartment's amazing view in my blog).
I haven't confirmed this, but I believe the fireworks were in celebration of Fleet Week which is going on right now.
Check out this video I captured of the awesome fireworks show:
The entire night sky literally lit up. It was so beautiful. What a nice treat! How often do you get to see fireworks when it isn't July 4th?