For this transect, I took a photo every 10 feet or so for several blocks moving south along the Hudson River waterfront in Manhattan, much of which was under construction. I used this transect because of the changes in the character of spaces along the river changes several times throughout. Additionally, the World Trade Center tower serves as a reference point as we moved gradually closer towards it. The waterfront is a highly trafficked area with both walking and biking lanes, and is clearly a popular exercise route for New Yorkers. It is mainly hardscape, with planted areas sprinkled in, and an assortment of cafes and riverside bars for people to enjoy. Although it was not my favorite site of the day, and much of it is still incomplete and impeded by construction sites, I think that the transition from north to south makes for an interesting section on the waterfront.