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Fall Photo Essay: The High Line in New York

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Once a freight rail line from 1934 to 1980, the High Line is now an elevated 1.45 mile public park that runs from Gansevoort Street to W. 34th on the West Side of Manhattan, New York. Outdoor art, unique flora, interesting views, cafes, markets, and more can be experienced at this modern park that is a photographer’s heaven. Best of all, it’s free!

About Jessie Festa

Jessie Festa is a New York-based travel content creator who is passionate about empowering her audience to experience new places and live a life of adventure. She is the founder of the solo female travel blog, Jessie on a Journey, and is editor-in-chief of Epicure & Culture, an online conscious tourism magazine. Along with writing, Jessie is a professional photographer and is the owner of NYC Photo Journeys, which offers New York photo tours, photo shoots, and wedding photography. Her work has appeared in publications like USA Today, CNN, Business Insider, Thrillist, and WestJet Magazine.

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