The New York City Argentine Tango community is large and fairly diverse in style and approach. Opportunities to dance at Milongas, which are social dance events, abound. In warm months, local Tangueros of all ages, nationalities and abilities converge upon some of the City’s most famous and picturesque open spaces to dance under the sky. A normally intimate, darkly lit event, the outdoor settings transform milongas into a communal activity, one that is observed, ignored, admired, photographed, discussed or embraced by myriad locals and visitors alike. I took at moment during the weekly Sunday evening Volvo Tango event at Pier 45 to view the Milonga through my camera lens as the sun was going down. I had a little fun manipulating the images. If you’d like to learn more about this weekly event (Wednesday and Sunday evenings), just let me know!