Wordless Wednesday: Cities Prove More Organic Than We May Perceive On The Ground

Paris, France

African Bush Daisy

Residential Sprawl

Curled Fern Leaves

South Spokane, WA

Street Trees on Spokane Falls Blvd in Spokane, WA
[A stretch, I realize.]

Spokane Valley Mall

What has been seen cannot be unseen.

Moscow, Russia

Painting of A Red California Poppy
(chosen over a photo to emphasize the veins in the petals)

Credit: Everything linked to source except Google Maps screenshots. None of the images my own: just the words and comparisons.

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About Aascot Holt

Staff News Writer for the Easterner. Urban and Regional Planning Major. Senior. Has fingers in all proverbial pies.

2 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Cities Prove More Organic Than We May Perceive On The Ground

  1. I really like these comparisons. Made me think: would I think beautiful what man has done to cut up the earth to make it look like nature (most likely by accident) or would I think how wonderful it is that nature resembles what man has made (most likely by accident) or what a shame man keeps cutting up the earth (most likely not by accident). With me, mostly likely I will stick with the third thought! But, still love those comparisons!!

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