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Erika Harvey
With abundant blooms, the High Line is the perfect place for honeybees. Here one tiny winged pollinator collects nectar and pollen from the High Line’s butterfly milkweed flowers. Photo by Melissa Mansur
 

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Kate Lindquist
Evenings offer an opportunity to experience the park and the surrounding cityscape in a unique way. Photo by Liz Ligon
 

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Erika Harvey
A visitor relaxes with her summer reading on a High Line bench at West 24th Street. Photo by Navid Baraty
 

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Erika Harvey
Two visitors pause to chat amongst the bright yellow blooms of the High Line’s tall tickseed. Photo by Sarah Tester
 

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Erika Harvey
On Wednesday, we invited kids and their caretakers to release butterflies into the park’s planting beds, and watch as they spread their wings to take their first flight. Photo by Rowa Lee
 

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Erika Harvey
Visitors interact with the Project Runway installation on the High Line this past Tuesday. Photo by Liz Ligon.
 

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Anonymous
constructionThe planting team hard at work on Section 1, getting perennials into the ground last fall.
Photo by Barry Munger.
 
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Anonymous
EnlargePhoto by the endlessly talented
Tim Schenck

It's ridiculously hot today. Of course, on the High Line construction site, that just means things are a little sexier than usual.

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