That's the High line.. yes.. right in the city
but it is  quite elaborate and fancy..  with curated art along the way and expensive food stands here and there..


I've done a bit of shooting there.. I'll GESO it separately so as not to um HIGH jack Marnies horse :-)

ann

On 1/8/2018 11:54 AM, John wrote:
Doesn't NYC have the one where they converted an elevated railroad into a greenway park?

On 1/8/2018 09:41, ann sanfedele wrote:
I've been on a couple of those.. a great idea.

Marnie - I like the shot a lot - seemed to my eye you handled the BW
conversion well

ann

On 1/7/2018 2:12 PM, John wrote:
It's a nationwide activity that grew out of the Railroad
Revitalization and Regulatory Reform Act of 1976. There's a provision
in the law to encourage communities to preserve disused rail corridors
as public trails.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rails-to-Trails_Conservancy

Here in the Research Triangle are of North Carolina we have the
American Tobacco Trail which used to be the railroad American Tobacco
used to bring product to their warehouses in Durham.

It's part of a larger network that will someday be the East Coast
Greenway; a bike & pedestrian path that will go from the Canadian
border at Calais, Maine all the way down to Key West?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_Coast_Greenway

As of July 2017, they have 900 miles completed.

On 1/6/2018 15:36, Marnie (aka Doe) wrote:
Now for something shot recently, in December 2017.

Iron Horse is a walking trail and pedestrian bridge near me.
.... (snip)


I made it B&W to make it more dramatic. I may do a GESO later.

http://mapphotography.org/PAWS/pages/ironhorse.htm

Comments welcome.
(Also suggestions on B&W processing, not my strong suit.)

Marnie aka Doe :-)









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