Walking The High Line in New York City

The High Line is one of my favourite ways to spend a morning or afternoon in New York, a must do. It’s a public park that runs along a disused rail freight line. It offers unique views of the city, and plenty of places to stop off for food and drink nearby – definitely try Chelsea Market,  and search out Los Tacos No. 1!

The last time I visited it was a beautiful bright winter’s day. Here’s a little bit of what I saw while we were out and about.

A photo shoot featuring this stunning geisha. The colours work so well against the industrial backdrop.

This total badass. He reminded me of Lou Reed, even though he had died the year before.

Dazzling sunshine at one of the food and drink spots dotted along the route. We were so lucky to have great weather in November!

The Empire State Building, and one of the ubiquitous water towers. The metal fire escapes, and the water towers really symbolise NYC for me, so this photo is special to me.

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I captured these guys heading off somewhere along the tracks.

We were lucky enough to come across a photo shoot close to Greenwich St and The Spotted Pig (always a great spot but you’ll probably need to queue!). The street has been transformed, and it was a really cool moment! It’s why I love New York, there’s always something to see and discover, all you need to do is walk.

 

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