City Greening

By: Gustav Hoiland

Apr 23 2013

Category: architecture

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Aperture:f/8
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Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Spring Reds

Wandered around the Harvardian ‘hood the other day, swimming through streets so utterly different than my own. A different class of neighborhood. A different lifestyle, plucked from the tree of disposable income.

Many of the shrubs, linearly-sequenced trees, and other skeletal sticks will soon fill out and wall off the curious eye. But Boston’s hardly a wall city. When I think walls my mind darts to Ecuador, Madrid, Los Angeles.

The point of all this musing being of course that there’s an incredible density of potential exploration to be had within walking distance of public transport. Things you’ve never seen, never knew, never considered.

Consider it.

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