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We return to New York for this week’s offering. This is along 30th Street at the northern edge of the Chelsea Neighborhood. The elevated tracks are eventually supposed to become part of the High Line park (I think).
Great capture as usual. Happy WW.
I played too. Mine are here and here.
Very urban! Nice shot 🙂
I love the lines and the light through the grille work. Nicely done.
Love this shot!
Nice composition – always love your urban shots!
Those old elevated tracks always fascinate me when I’m in New York!
It is funny how even the small pieces of NY look so different from SF!
That’s true, the scale is so different between NYC and SF. Though it’s interesting how much my neighborhood in SF (SOMA) looks like a miniature version of Chelsea or Williamsburg. I notice similarities (as have friends and relatives who have visited me here).
The High Line is a wonderful idea that needs to be extended all over!
I like the light through the metalwork, too. But I like the texture and colors also. The one way sign sure makes me want to see where the one way is going!
nice shot. it the railing concrete or metal, the design is intriguing.
I’ve been there! I can’t usually say that about anything on Wordless Wednesdays, so thanks for making me feel cosmopolitan for a minute or so! 😛
Great photo, as always.
But my eyes are climbing the stairs the other way!
Very nice. I like the design and the lines.
I didn’t think that was in SF so glad you verified that. Interesting idea to have an elevated park. I wonder if they have plans for the old/current bay bridge instead of tearing it down when the new one is up.
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