In a typical urban setting our senses are treated to a vast array of ordered geometric excellence. The space is defined by repetitious horizontal and vertical lines, interspersed with reflective glass, gleaming metal, curved concrete, sandstone and red- brown brick. All of this leaves us in awe. At the foot of these colossal monuments which greedily impale the sky are the clogged arteries of people and traffic, the cacophony that is unique to each metropolis. Though this vast array of shapes sounds and empty spaces do not compare to pristine nature’s beauty, they have their own particular charm and magnetism.
Here’s a selection of pictures that demonstrate this: