What I’ll remember from the High Line, New York – May 2012.

I recently spent a day and a half in New York. I visited a park that has been built along the length of a disused high-level railway line that runs down Manhattan, called The High Line. Based on the first photo I took of a building close by, I shot an entire series. There were about 50 photos in all, but I picked out my favourites. By investigating this style of photograph way more than normal, I came up with some new ideas which led to a really cool photo I took the next day, which I might post tomorrow.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.

The High Line, New York: Photo series of buildings around the park.


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