The High Line Blog

  • Photo of the Week: Hiding Honeybee

    Can you spot the honeybee at work in this photo? Photographer Steven Severinghaus has a knack for capturing beautiful images of plants and insects on the High Line. The High Line’s late summer and early fall landscape is full of delicate and beautiful textures. In Steven Severinghaus' mes... read more
  • Plant of the Week: Pink-flowered Indigo

    The delicate blooms of pink-flowered indigo spring up from the planting beds at West 16th Street. Take a moment's pause during your next visit so you don't miss them! The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that grew up between rail tracks after the trains st... read more
  • Share A Meal: Seasonal Farro Salad Recipe from Terroir at The Porch

    Photo by Rowa Lee Fall is on its way, and with the change of leaves comes a new recipe inspired by autumn’s bounty. This month, we’re presenting Terroir at The Porch’s Seasonal Farro Salad with sugar snap peas, carrots, onions, and farro. Dress this delicious salad with olive oil, red wine vine... read more
  • Photo of the Week: A City Moment

    On the southeast corner of West 17th Street and Tenth Avenue, visitors can enjoy an elevated view from the High Line's 10th Avenue Square. Photo by Eddie Crimmins With a population topping eight million people, there are eight million daily journeys winding their way through the city at the sa... read more
  • Share A Meal: Fresh Tomatillo Salsa Recipe from The Taco Truck

    Photo by Rowa Lee On the High Line, our food vendors are always rotating their menus inspired by the changing seasons. Celebrate the final days of summer with The Taco Truck’s Fresh Tomatillo Salsa recipe, which will add a hint of acid and spice to your late summer meals. This delicious salad c... read more
  • Plant of the Week: Wild Spurge

    This inviting flower blooms on the High Line at Little West 12th and West 16th Streets. Photo by Joan Garvin The High Line’s planting design is inspired by the self-seeded landscape that grew up between rail tracks after the trains stopped running in the 1980s. Today, the High Line includes m... read more
  • Photo of the Week: Capturing the High Line on Film

    Caught on film: the silhouettes of High Line visitors are pronounced against a bright cut-out of the sky. Photo by Dave Bias One of the wonderful things about photographing New York City is playing with geometry. The architectural elements of buildings layered with signage and sky create inter... read more
  • The Story Behind the Shot: An Aerial View in 2011

    In celebration of our new 18-month High Line Calendar, we’re exploring each month’s featured image to bring you more of the behind-the-scenes details. Renowned architectural photographer Iwan Baan captured this iconic High Line aerial photograph around the time of the opening of the second se... read more
  • In the Middle of a Delicious Season of High Line Food

    Photos by: (First row from left) Jenna Saraco, Rowa Lee, Nicole Franzen; (Second row from left) Friends of the High Line, Nicole Franzen, Friends of the High Line; (Third row from left) Nicole Franzen, Ed Anderson courtesy of Ten Speed Press Publications, Rowa Lee. We’re halfway through a delicio... read more
  • High Line Headquarters to Be Named The Diller - von Furstenberg Building

    A rendering of The Diller – von Furstenberg Building, the High Line's new operations center, located at the southern terminus of the park. Image by Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Beyer Blinder Belle. In recognition of the extraordinary generosity of The Diller – von Furstenberg ... read more