A 3D light show, the first of its kind in West Virginia, has been the talk of Charleston.
The show projected across the Capitol facade is part of the West Virginia sesquicentennial celebration.
It includes past leaders, notable events, famous West Virginians and icons near and dear to the heart of West Virginians.
"It will take us on a ride, starting with the early pioneers through the Civil War and through independence," said Jack Hattingh, who has been working on the creative aspect for Monster Media.
The company has produced projection shows on Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Saks Fifth Avenue in New York and in China for the Chinese new year.
"It will concentrate on the outdoor elements - mountainous terrain, river rafting, sky diving, and the entertainment aspect - like state cardinals, and as it gets near the end, there will be more and more celebration. It tells a story; it's captivating."
When the light show debuted Thursday evening, it was true to its word. West Virginians have been raving about the show and how it is projected onto the Capitol ever since.
Visual journalist Craig Cunningham shot excerpts of the show. See it here.