HL23

I still have 
many photos 
from our recent walk 
on 
The High Line
   
One 
of 
my favorite 
buildings
adjacent to/overlooking 
the 
elevated park
is this 
one



it soars into the air


 torques, twists, twirls
(okay, so it doesn't actually twirl)
yet 
still manages
to look like a
trailer


Its really known as 
HL23
to read 
about
 it

19 comments:

  1. You're the best!


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  2. hahaha! good one Daryl.
    this really is a cool building though. I love how you've captured it.

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  3. That is really neat .. I did check it out
    on line... your shot is more interesting
    than the one in the link...
    Great job D. !!

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  4. I can honestly say I've never seen a building quite like that. Very interesting, and very photogenic. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Good Morning! Scratching my head wondering how they built the building(s) and why they really do look like trailers. Hmmmm....

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  6. What a bizarre building! To each his (or her) own, of course, but I can't say that I'm thrilled with the look of it. Something about the reflectiveness, I think. It looks terribly hot.

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  7. I saw that building ... how interesting and unique ... great captures!

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  8. Neat! Thought it looked like paper, myself. Love the fact that it is meant to be totally green. We need more architecture like that!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  9. That is cool. It reminds me sort of something Gaudi would have done if he had lived in NYC.

    Back blogging, I hope, with some regularity.

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  10. I like unique looking buildings and not the same old square or rectangle shape. Those tenants that have to lean slightly to look out their window is weird.

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  11. Looks like it's melting in the heat. Amazing structure, and very cool photos.

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