Wordless Wednesday: High Line

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32 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday: High Line”

  1. CatSynth Says:

    This is the High Line, a park in the Chelsea district of New York. It is built on an abandoned elevated railroad track.

    You can read more info about the High Line here.

  2. Ms. Latina Says:

    Love it! I am going to have to walk by it this weekend because I dont think I ever paid attention LOL

  3. Gattina Says:

    The High Line looks as if built by boozed architects, real messy, lol !

  4. Joanne Says:

    I think I saw this featured in a cable show here in Manila. Is it near Ground Zero?

    I played as well -> http://www.joannemv.com

  5. Sukhmandir Kaur Says:

    Looks chilly! What an interesting walk way.


    Merci pour le passage et le commentaire

  7. Robin from Israel Says:

    I really love all the images I’ve seen from the High Line these past few months – it’s become so wonderfully integrated into the urban fabric, and I’m really enjoying the seasonality too, so different from the greens of summer.

    Happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy your visit to NY.

  8. Beth @ 990 Square Says:

    When I clicked over to see your picture this week, I immediately went “but that’s not SF”. And I was right, it’s NYC! I love the high line, it gives you a really interesting perspective on the city.

    Enjoy NYC and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

  9. Stephaine @ Geezees Says:

    Love the images of the high line!

  10. Devilish Southern Belle Says:

    Love it!

  11. The Right Blue Says:

    Well, I learned something new here today. I had never heard of the High Line, but it strikes me as an interesting idea. Thanks.

  12. Indrani Says:

    Great view of the city!

  13. Daryl Says:

    Nice shots .. I love The High Line .. Thanks for the visit and those were the decorations on Madison Avenue last fall .. I havent been over there this month yet so I am not sure how they’ve done the corners .. but this morning on the way into the office I noticed that literally overnite trees have been wrapped in lights and stores and buildings have their holiday best on .. the tree in Rockefeller Center will be lit on December 2 .. so the rest of the city is getting a head start

  14. Cafe Au Lait Says:

    Great shots. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Mine are here and here.

  15. Beth F Says:

    Great shot — old, new, modern, traditional — great job. Next time I’m in the city I’m going look for the High Line.

  16. shannon Says:

    Great urban shots. Really amazing.

  17. Snowcatcher Says:

    I, too, learned something new today. I’d heard of the High Line, but I’d never seen it. Gattina’s comment cracked me up.

  18. dianne - bunny trails Says:

    Great shots! I love cityscapes in photos. They take on such a new dimension of life when captured on film {okay, in pixels}. Happy WW!

  19. Dragonfly Lady Says:

    I love the shots where you feel you can almost walk into the picture and share the adventures with those pictured.

    Happy WW and Thanksgving too

  20. Carver Says:

    Great shots of the high line. Happy Thanksgiving.

  21. SandyCarlson Says:

    That black-and-white building is very interesting. Great cityscape.

  22. Kristi Says:

    Happy Wordless Wednesday! Love this! You’ve got a great eye. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
    -Kristi @TweetingMama

  23. tigerfish Says:

    Skyscrapers or soon-to-be?

  24. Cats of Wildcat Woods Says:

    Happy Thanksgiving . You always have the most interesting photos!

  25. Lori Says:

    Great shots…where is that? Happy WW and thanks for stopping by:)

  26. Faz the Cat Says:

    Where is that?

  27. slacker-chick Says:

    That pathway looks very interesting – great pix!

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  28. Mickey Says:

    Happy Thanksgiving!!!!!!!!!!
    Hope you get lots of tasty treats :)
    Those pics are …different,heehee
    We liked the “boozy architect” comment ;)

    Purrs Mickey,Georgia & Tillie

  29. Digital Flower Says:

    I was thinking the same thing about it not being the Bay Area. You got some nice shots of Manhattan.

  30. jams o donnejll Says:

    I love the overall look of that skyline. Great shot

  31. kitty Says:

    Very nice.
    I particularly like the first picture, especially the letters in front and the ad (white frame) made the whole picture even more ‘unusual’.

  32. CatSynth » Gallery Notes: Chelsea (November 24, 2009) Says:

    […] In truth, the highlight of the afternoon was not inside the galleries, but out on the street. I wandered around my favorite neighborhoods architecturally speaking, and visited the High Line for the first time since it opened. Both the refurbished elevated structures and the surrounding post-industrial landscape are quite photogenic. I presented a couple of my photos on a previous post. […]