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A crescent moon hangs in the distance as visitors enjoy a summer evening on the High Line under The Standard, New York. Photo by Judy Mann.

A crescent moon hangs in the distance as visitors enjoy a summer evening on the High Line under The Standard, New York. Photo by Judy Mann.

The High Line - a derelict elevated train track turned into a magical hanging garden.

This is the High Line, where Lana and Claire take a stroll in "Just for Show." Photography: When Night Falls on the High Line

The High Line's subtle lighting design creates the perfect setting for an evening stroll. Photo by Carolina Torres.

Photography: When Night Falls on the High Line

Traffic passes the southern terminus of the High Line, at the intersection of Gansevoort and Washington Streets. Photo by Marcin Wichary.

The High Line is a public park in NYC built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. It runs from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District to West Street, between and Avenues.

Photo of the Week: High Line Headquarters | The High Line Blog

Work continues on High Line Headquarters and the future location of the Whitney Museum of American Art as lush spring foliage pops up along the sou.

Subtle lights glow beneath the radial bench, which curves above West 29th and West 30th Streets. Photo by Timothy Schenck

Subtle lights glow beneath the radial bench, which curves above West and West Streets. Photo by Timothy Schenck

Kimberly Hotel roof, NYC

Rendezvous for a hot date at the ultra-chic Kimberly Hotel's uber-romantic rooftop bar Upstairs

Don't.  Look.  Down.  -- St. Louis, MO

New York / photo by Thomas Hawk - Great angle and depth of field, er, city.

A pair of eyes on a neighboring billboard seem to watch over the High Line. Photo by Mike Tschappat

On Friday evening and early Saturday morning this past week, New Yorkers were treated to a larger-than-life moon, or “supermoon.

SIGHT LINES In a section of the High Line near 23rd Street, five apartment buildings, three of them newly built steel-and-glass towers, overlook the park and create a sleek update on "Rear Window." The domestic lives of the residents are notably exposed.

Close Quarters

High Line Park: a completely unexpected gem, this park is an old railway line converted into a green-and-wooden walking space, flowing along the West Side of Manhattan.

In 2003 Friends of the High Line launched Designing the High Line, an open competition of architectural proposals for the future of the High Line. Over 700 submissions were received and an exhibition of noteworthy entries was presented at Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall. Design by Paula Scher.

In 2003 Friends of the High Line launched Designing the High Line, an open competition of architectural proposals for the future of the High Line. presented at Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall.

How Are You Feeling?, by David Shrigley, was on view from April 5 to May 7, 2012. Photo by Austin Kennedy

, by David Shrigley, was on view from April 5 to May Photo by Austin Kennedy

One of the High Line’s most beloved features, the 10th Avenue Square, is still a popular place to soak up the sun, relax, or share a bite to...

The High Line's Avenue Square is a popular spot year-round. Here, the fall foliage lens a bit of natural color to this peaceful scene. Photo by Eddie Crimmins

АМЕРИКАНСКИЕ ТРУДОВЫЕ ЛАГЕРЯ ПРИНУДИТЕЛЬНЫЕ РАБОТЫ

Dorothea Lange, photo of Manzanar Relocation Center (Japanese American Internment Camp).

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