Erin (and anyone who's so inclined), make your way to the corner of Massachusetts & Commonwealth Avenues. Directly across from Back Bay Bicycle you'll see a huge green highway sign and, behind it, two or three big trees which are awkwardly roped together. Their intrusion into the 'urban-landscape' is clearly unwelcome. Not only are they confined to a small and engineered 'natural' space, but within that space they are roped together to defy natural course of growth. I'll stop there so you can see for yourself. A photo opportunity?
P.S. The bottom picture is so great.
The parking ticket on #3 is perfect.
Search Brad Moore on Flikr or Hey Hot Shot. You might like him.
Hi Lucille, Thanks for your comment. For anyone else who is interested, here is his website.http://www.bradmoore.com
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