Thursday, August 6, 2009

High Line, Pt. 2

Frank Gehry coolness in background
Hudson River to the right
Japanese styled benchwarmers...
Remnant of elevated walkway connecting to former Nabisco headquarters
A flower grows in Chelsea..Green Acres you are there!

14 comments:

Hilda said...

What a fantastic way to use the old elevated train line! It looks wonderful and pedestrians don't have to worry about getting run over! Love it!

altadenahiker said...

Daah-daah-daah-daah-daah
Dut-dut.

It's a lovely design, with flowers and grasses growing out of the walkway itself.

sonia a. mascaro said...

Love this garden and deck!
Love also the bench, very original.
What a great idea, this new High Line! I would love to be there...

Jean Spitzer said...

This is wonderful.

Jacob said...

Thanks for the photos, Ken...it really is a great place although I imagine it could be a bit cool in the winter time...that's what the Japanese bench warmers for for, right?

Coca Cutie said...

Restelo is a area in Lisbon where houses are very expesive :)

James said...

Nice! I like the flowers too.

Will Hennessy said...

very nice! thanks for posting...

Jarart said...

This was a great idea. I'm glad you posted these pictures, I had no idea.

Julie said...

I love that elevated walkway, K. It looks like it could slowly sink to the pavement below at any moment. I love old and junky - it looks Depression era.

Shanna said...

I love this. It really puts people above it all. Charming!

marley said...

I love how the yellow just pops out from the blue buildings! This is a must see next time I get to NYC :)

1ondoncalling said...

High Line is pretty green!

Andrew said...

I was playing games online however found reading this post more interesting thanks for the share please do keep it going great job....Loving this..

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