High-Line NYC

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lot's of model photography

It’s been two years since I’ve visited the High Line in the Chelsea District and Meat Packing District of New York. Since my last visit, a couple of remarkable things have happened: One to me and one to the High Line. I had a stroke of luck to have an image I took of the High Line used as the front cover of an urban design book coming out this December. For the High Line they’ve opened a huge stretch of the elevated track to the public all the way up to 28th Street. Frankly, I’m flattered to have my image representing the High Line given the mediocrity of my photography and the intensity of photographs being taken of this structure.

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the trees are all grown up in only four years

 

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The Standard Hotel: Exhibitionism at its finest

 

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hipster garden gnome

 

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watch the babies

 

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the ultimate simple fountain

 

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dense forest

 

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the grassy knoll

 

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bronze can pyramid

 

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twilight flowers

 

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crazy apartment building

 

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nice metal siding

 

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siding up close

 

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more metal building

 

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enchanted greenery below

 

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spectacular vista cantilever

 

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young-ish lovers

 

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the high line zoo

 

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