It’s a wonder that we’re so used to the sights of the night. Streets, highways, buildings and people all look different on this side of the sun; their beauty muted by darkness.
But even in the dark, you can find small things to appreciate: scattered stars in an otherwise black sky, headlights peering through the night from far away or street lamps casting long shadows on sidewalks below.
What you see outside your window at night: cars parked on the side of a highway at night should show, headlights peering through the night from far away or street lamps casting long shadows on sidewalks below.
If they are not currently in use, these things will slowly fade into darkness as their light is snuffed out by time and distance; only to be replaced with new additions like freight trains making their way across distant hillsides.