In 2003 Spencer Tunick finally got permission from the New York Mayor to legally take one of his famous photographs in New York City of hundreds of nude and anonymous people piled or gathered together in public places. I’d already missed partaking in one of the illegal ones about a year earlier when a bunch of people derobed at 6:30am just west of Central Park. My roommate took part in that, but I couldn’t get my lazy ass up.
The Grand Central shot was taken in the middle of the night in the extra hour that daylight savings time leaves behind when we fall back ~ when no trains are scheduled. It was an interesting experience to say the least!