Like Looking in a Mirror

A new blog (as of December ’08) was one of those surreal moments where you start looking through the collected posts and realize that like seeing a reflection of where your personal interests lie. Urban Greenery is aptly and simply named, and offers snapshots of… you guessed it – urban greenery. A lot of the content has been seen previously – and linked from this site – but I did find some new interesting images that were worth throwing out there. If you’re interested in the visual feast on an almost daily – or multiple times daily – of urban greenery – definitely worth adding this one to your RSS feeder. (all images via Urban Greenery)


:: The Hanging Gardens of Paddington (world’s largest hanging basket)


:: Iglesia Verde


:: Roof Garden in Shanghai, China


:: Health club rooftop garden – San Francisco, California


:: Culver House, Chicago

I often wonder if this may not be the way to go blog-wise… just a quick link and a photo or two – without getting into any pesky commentary or deliberation about what it means. I’d say there’s a good number of regular ‘readers’ of this blog that scan through the eye-candy and not much more – so I thank you loyal readers whom actually read to blog. Either way, as a visual media – there will be more to come from this site for sure… inspiring, and it’s definitely a blog after my own heart content wise.

2 thoughts on “Like Looking in a Mirror”

  1. I like some discussion on the projects. Most of the time I dont really understand the projects from just the photos. Also you know much more about urban greenery than I do šŸ˜‰

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