On any given day the color of New York’s skyline can be a variety of colors. There are always a number of factors that go into the mix including the climate, time of year and the current weather. Mike Bodge‘s new project N SKY C takes a photo of the sky every five minutes and posts it to an interactive website that reduces each image to the dominant color of the sky in that timeframe. The site is a scrollable grid of colors that reveals the original image when the color blocs are highlighted.
[via Flowing Data]