By Tanya Silverman
The High Line stretches down a mile of Manhattan’s West Side, elevating pedestrians to view towering skyscrapers in the distance, or colorful flower gardens around its premises. The space is a historic freight rail line converted into a public park, and becomes quite festive on a sunny summer day.
All photos by Tanya Silverman.
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To learn more about the marvel of the High Line, check out Friday’s BreakThru News episode, featuring an interview with Robert Hammond, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Friends of the High Line.