The lines formed by the old dock pilings at Brooklyn Bridge Park have made this an iconic destination for photographers worldwide. A beautiful clear early summer evening made this a perfect experience.
Formerly a freight train railroad trestle, this unique space has been converted into the High Line, an elevated public park complete with benches, landscaping, murals and sculpture dotting this nearly mile and half long NYC attraction.
Having grown up in New York during its era of decay in the 70's and 80's, one of the largest symbols of its disrepair was Central Park. But as the city moved from one extreme to another, so did the park. Today, Central Park has been returned to its glory, an oasis for all to enjoy.
With so many iconic locations in Central Park and so little time to see them, I was only able to photograph a few. I guess I'll have to go back some other time!
All photos by Peter Carbonell Photography. All rights reserved.