Sunday, July 26, 2015

Brooklyn Bridge Park (in NYC)

It's always inspiring to read about new urban parks like this one; this article in the New York Times describes a vibrant, naturalistically-planted park full of meadows and other plantings.

Bringing nature to the city is a good thing.  And large scale plantings make a distinct difference in places where concrete is the norm.

It's inspiration for our smaller cities and towns, too, where perhaps we don't always value the green spaces that we have, and access to everyday nature, too.

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