High Line Park | New York City | EEUU. 2014

High Line Park | New York City | EEUU. 2014

So, you can’t parallel. It’ll be our little secret.

par·al·lel :

Extending in the same direction, equidistant at all points, and never converging or diverging.

And therefore never meeting. Just as railroads, working as a team, taking you to a destination, arriving at the same time, always together and yet apart. Unable to touch, unable feel.

Having the same direction, course, nature, or tendency; corresponding; similar; analogous.

And opposite. Glancing each other in the meet-point and then vanishing, with the back watching the back, eyes drawing tears that I can’t see, and a smile you won’t see again.

Timing is not parallel lines. Here, where the clock couldn’t mark the hour, where the lights were dancing around and the stars spotting you out. That was timing, and that wasn’t Parallel.

Crash into me. And your bumper hit my rear lights. Can you fix that?

I do can parallel park but I cannot align parallel to shots. Those as the way to go to Chelsea.



Scene: High Line Park. is a 1.45-mile-long (2.33 km) park built on an elevated section of the disused southern portion of the New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line. It runs from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District, through Chelsea, to the northern edge of the West Side Yard on 34th Street.
” Is a project that exemplifies effective adaptive urban re-use in a city that is littered with structures and spaces that have since reached the end of their useful life.”
Design:  James Corner | Landscape Architect
Period: 21st Century
Geography: New York City, New York, EEUU
Places of interest near by: Hudson River Park | Chelsea Market | Artists & Fleas at Chelsea Market | Meatpacking District |
Photography:  aura faulkner lluberes

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