The Fall 2013 edition of New York’s The High Line Park’s magazine is out now, and I am lucky to have a few copies arrive in the post. I am even luckier as on the bottom-left corner of page 20 is a photo I took of two ladies enjoying the summer sun. The High LineContinue reading “Page-20 girls”
A couple of months ago, I took a photo of some people enjoying the sunshine on the High Line in New York’s Chelsea. I’d waited in my spot for almost a minute, waiting for the two friends in bright-coloured dresses to decide where they would sit, as I knew the colour of the fabric wouldContinue reading “In a special light”
I think the High Line is so fantastic that I’m giving it an album all of its own.
It isn’t quite as long or influential as Oprah’s list but these are my favourite things about Chelsea, where I’m currently staying with a generous friend. The High Line: This 1.45 mile/2.3 km long urban garden path built on a disused freight railway, is a lesson to cities of the world in making use of space.Continue reading “My five favourite things: Chelsea”