1. Bonus: Spencer Finch, “The River That Flows Both Ways”

Spencer Finch
Spencer Finch “The River That Flows Both Ways”

It’s hard to walk the High Line without a mention of Spencer Finch and his permanent installation “The River That Flows Both Ways” whereby he documented a 700-minute (11 hours, 40 minutes) journey on the Hudson Rive from a tugboat, photographing the surface once every minute.  The color of each pane of glass is based on a single pixel point in each photograph and arranged chronologically.

For a nearby lunch and a bit of old-time Meatpacking District charm,  check out Hector’s Diner a block away. Get in touch with the author at AFineLyne.