An Early Evening Walk on the High Line

From An Early Evening Walk on the High Line
Long summer days provide the occasion for an after-dinner stroll, and few places in Manhattan can beat the lofty High Line for a sunset walk. Yesterday, the passage of a couple of storms - one seemingly out of the blue - left a refreshing breeze in the air and the promise of a glorious sunset. Walking the length of the High Line from south to north, starting around 7:45 p.m. at Gansevoort Street and ending at W. 30th around 8:38 p.m., provided all that was necessary for a spectacular picture show of "the golden hour."


Images by Walking Off the Big Apple from June 25, 2012.


  1. GREAT photos Teri. And the lighting was absolutely perfect. While you were walking we were being hit by the storms that had passed over Manhattan and travelled east along the length of Long Island.

  2. Thanks so much. That line of storms came in fast and intense. The sky turned dark, and then a heavy rain pounded the streets. When the skies started clearing, I realized that the sunset would be pretty great.


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