Okie, here are some High Line photos, as promised. These are from a few weeks back, when it was a little bit warmer. I really enjoy this park, though I feel weird calling it a park. The views from it are spectacular and it is in such a nice part of the city. However, to be totally honest, I wish it wasn’t so done up. It could be the inner hipster in me, but it would have been so nice to have more of the original tracks left behind and more vine-y, out-of-control plants. My opinion, my opinion. But still, like I said, I do really enjoy this park. So without much further ado, here are some pics the BF took. Please note that he was more interested in photographing Manhattan from the High Line, than the actual High Line itself. I can’t really blame him. Wanting to revisit this park when it is in full bloom!
^^ My favorite part of the High Line — the original tracks hidden in the green! ^^
^^ The general aesthetic. Super modern, super cool. ^^
^^ View of The Hudson from the High Line. ^^
^^ The Diane Von Furstenberg building. My personal favorite building to spot from the park. Look at those lips! ^^
^^ For anyone who has heard about the Skittles public art at the High Line, this is it. It’s actually pretty awesome. These two photos don’t do it justice. ^^
Photos c/o Joseph Speer