The High Line Views

The views from The High Line park in Manhattan are very different from what you see from the street.

The High Line Park offers unique views of the west side of Manhattan. The elevated park was built on an abandoned railroad track, providing a vantage point allowing visitors to see the city differently. One can see iconic buildings from the High Line, such as The Edge, near the Hudson Yards development.

One of the things I enjoy about the views from the High Line is the way they change as you walk along the park. The park is divided into different sections, each with distinct characters and views. For example, the neighbourhood near the Chelsea Market offers views of the market and the nearby streets and buildings. The section near the Hudson Yards provides views of the development's striking architecture and the Hudson River. And the area near the Javits Center offers views of the centre itself and the city's skyline.

Every time I walk The High Line, I am offered a unique and constantly evolving perspective.

Saturday 12 June 2021 · FujiFilm X-T2 at 180 sec,ISO 500 · XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR at 27.4 mm at f/5.6

Author:Khürt Williams

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