Here’s what I was looking at this time yesterday –
We’re still drawn to parks for a quiet moment, even when we love busy cities. Central Park was designed in 1858, the first landscaped park in the U.S.
Landscape planning is design in 4D. It seems to me it would be impossible to visualize what that extra dimension — time — would add to the composition. I wonder what Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, architects of Central Park, would think if they could see it today, with the city grown up like crystals around it.
Here’s the evening before, Sam walks up to check out the view while I fumble with my camera –
And a closer look —
But now I’m home and back to improving my own harmony by getting some work done today. Maybe I’ll start with the back yard…
What’s your favorite park?
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