High Line – Evening

Twelfth and last in the High Line Series. The night lighting on plants on the High Line makes interesting photography. It is a lovely place for an evening stroll. I hope you enjoyed this series and that it gives you a good feel for the place. Keep this a secret, the best time to visit is in the early morning or evening.

  1. High Line – Gansevoort
  2. High Line – Chelsea Market
  3. High Line – Standard
  4. High Line – Ghery
  5. High Line – Guardian Angel School
  6. High Line – Middle
  7. High Line – Elevated
  8. High Line – Uptown
  9. High Line – Plants 1
  10. High Line – Plants 2
  11. High Line – Rails
  12. High Line – Evening

References:

Wikipedia.org – High Line
www.thehighline.org/about
park_map.pdf

40 thoughts on “High Line – Evening

  1. Midwestern Plant Girl 2016-05-16 / 6:24 am

    Very beautiful captures! Love the lighting, which enhances all the beautiful plant structures. The walk can be a completely different experience at night. Maybe even see some night wildlife… and I’m not talking about people bar-hopping. 😉

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    • Sherry Lynn Felix 2016-05-16 / 6:45 am

      Thanks. Yes the evening is special. I thought that would be a good way to end the series.

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  2. Sue 2016-05-16 / 7:02 am

    Looks a great place to stroll in the low light…

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    • Sherry Lynn Felix 2016-05-16 / 11:20 am

      Thank you for the compliment. Nice light, a Nikon DSLR, post processing in Lightroom and sometimes in Photoshop makes them come out they way I want to see them.

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  3. Leya 2016-05-16 / 3:05 pm

    Great stroll pictures. I love the light and the different structures. A bit strange with that man coming up to you.

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      • Leya 2016-05-17 / 4:24 pm

        Oh, but maybe it was only me who did not understand!

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        • Sherry Lynn Felix 2016-05-17 / 4:29 pm

          It was me. I apologize. I meant to say it was a statue that looks like a real person.

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        • Leya 2016-05-17 / 4:31 pm

          Interesting anyway!

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  4. smackedpentax 2016-05-17 / 4:35 am

    Just superb! The lighting is excellent – I have tried several times years ago to take night time shots, but couldn’t quite manege it. These are really good and the subject interesting too 🙂

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    • Sherry Lynn Felix 2016-05-17 / 5:45 am

      Thank you. The new DSLR cameras plus shooting in RAW make it possible. You should give night photos another go. There’s lots of info out there about night shooting. I raised the iso, slowed the speed way down and opened it wide and played around until it worked. Do you see stars where you are?

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      • smackedpentax 2016-05-17 / 5:54 am

        When I tried it I had a film slr – before photoshop magic. I use a Nikon dslr and photoshop & lightroom now so no doubt I would get better results. Because I live near the moors I get a good view of the stars. My grandson will be 8 next month and he is getting a telescope so I said I will take him on the moors to see the stars and I may bring a tripod and dslr too 🙂 But, yes I am so wrapped up in landscapes I rarely shoot anything else. Now I have been made redundant I will have more time on my hands and may try my hand at other subjects 🙂

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        • Sherry Lynn Felix 2016-05-17 / 6:14 am

          Have fun. My grandson is 6 and lives in London, sigh, so far away.

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        • smackedpentax 2016-05-17 / 6:15 am

          Yes, you really need to be in the countryside for the best views of the night sky…bt I am sure a short ried out of the city will be fine :

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  5. restlessjo 2016-05-19 / 7:00 am

    I’d love to visit the High Line. Sorry it’s taken me so long to get back here. You’ve been in my Inbox forever! 😦

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    • Sherry Lynn Felix 2016-05-19 / 7:02 am

      It takes me an age to go through all my emails each day. I know how that is. thanks for visiting 🙂

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