Marvel at Manhattanhenge … and other monumental alignments
Debbie Clarke says 'Manhattanhenge' is a folk/ pop/ rock effort which draws very little from her classical roots. The album features covers of songs by Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan and Del Amitri as well as original tracks co-written by Debbie and producer
It's known as “Manhattanhenge“. On those specific days, when the sun sets, you will see half of the glowing orb above and half below the horizon — although you can still get some cool, though not quite as perfect, photos on
Cheekily dubbed "Manhattanhenge," the biannual phenomenon makes for some nice photos, even if they don't quite capture the effect of seeing it with your own eyes. Manhattanhenge actually lasts for two days each time.
Happy Manhattanhenge! So what the hell is Manhattanhenge, you might ask? On May 29 and July 12 every year, the
Debbie Clarke, from Welsh Newton, has just been to Germany to promote Manhattanhenge– a 14-track piece that was the result of her collaboration with producer Tony Visconti. Describing the choice of the name, Debbie, who studied at Hereford Cathedral