New Year’s Eve is the last day of an year and it is the time when everyone gets a chance to celebrate the ending of the current year and the beginning of another. For many of us it marks the beginning of a new chapter in life. Many of us take it as the turning of a new leaf in the book of our life. This is a moment to reflect on the experiences of the past year – bitter and sweet. We think about the lessons that we learned this year and how much we grew from the past times. This is also the time for looking forward to new opportunities, fresh starts, and exciting possibilities in the coming new year.
On the New Year’s eve, many of us celebrate by gathering with other family members or friends. The celebration often includes fireworks, dance parties, music and the countdowns. The most popular countdown in the world is the dropping of the ball at the New York’s Times Square. Every year at the midnight which marks the start of the new year a ball is dropped in the Times Square. This year you can also join in the festivities through EarthCam’s global livestream of New Year’s Eve celebrations.
Times Square on New Year’s Eve draws a huge crowd of people from around the world. Hundreds of thousands of people gather in the streets, creating an unmatched atmosphere of excitement and celebration. It has been going on since 1907 every year. If you cannot be in the New York city, you can simply visit EarthCam’s livestream at https://www.earthcam.com/newyears/.
You can watch this at the comfort of your home and feel the same energy and thrill as if you are yourself present in the New York city. EarthCam’s webcams have been doing this for lat 25+ years and this year is going to be even more exciting.