The sunset lined up with New York City's street grid for the final time in 2015 on Monday

By Drew Mackie
Updated July 13, 2015 10:00 PM
Credit: Zoran Milich/Getty

If you were in Manhattan this evening and you didn’t check out the sunset, you missed out. Tonight marked the final instance of “Manhattanhenge,” the occasion on which the sun lines up with the borough’s east-west streets in a vaguely Stonehenge-like manner and makes for some nifty photo ops.

The solar event was also visible on Sunday night, and previously this year onlookers could see it on May 29 and 30.

However, if you didn’t make it out – or, you know, if you live somewhere besides Manhattan – no worries! Manhattanites took a momentary break from photographing whatever they were eating to capture the event for you.

Here, enjoy some of different perspectives on Manhattanhenge!

And see you on the streets of Manhattan in May 2016?