9.06.2011

TO DO IN NEW YORK: THE HIGH LINE



just a few photos today from a recent afternoon in the village and on the high line.
xo











not bad for a humid labor day weekend. not bad at all.

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  1. The high line is my absolute favoritist park in New York. Just as West Village is my favorite neighborhood. I keep meaning to do star-gazing on the high line and spend more time in the west village, but life keeps getting in the way.

    Sounds like a fantastic Labor Day weekend.

    NOrth Meets South

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  2. Fun! If I ever get to NYC I'll have to keep this in mind. Your Huck is so chubalicious!!

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  3. I'd love to have a yellow front door! We just added this to our to do list, thanks!

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  4. I went to the Highline for the very first time this past Saturday! The view was absolutely to die for, but I mistakenly walked there all the way from 1st Avenue and then didn't buy a People's Pop ice pop. Major mistake on such a HUMID day. I'll have to head back there come cool fall weather with a hot coffee in hand and a good book to read.

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  5. Love the baby Doors shirt! Great shots of NYC. I will expect a guided tour if my wife and I ever make it there!

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  6. oh, natalie. my husband adores the "what if we lived in the village" comments. his eyes roll back in his head every time we are down there. then i get back to the upper west side and realize i am truly home. u know?

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  7. I CANNOT handle that last picture of Huck. WHY IS HE SO CUTE. THAT SMILE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do you just DIE when you look at him?

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  8. Yellow door = love. But I'm concerned for the safety of the people in the third building in the picture above the door. Whatever will they do in case of fire?

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  9. i am in love with that yellow door...i have been pondering a bright blue door or possibly green, but that yellow speaks to me.

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  10. Is Brandon's tshirt from anywhere specific? The bit I can see of the image looks like the logo for an advice column in the Athens newspaper, so I'm just curious if they're related. Thanks!

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