"I'm an artist. Gardening is my graffiti. I grow my art. I use the garden soil like it's a piece of cloth, and the plants and the trees, that's my embellishment for that cloth. You'd be surprised what the soil can do if you let it be your canvas."
– Ron Finley, guerilla gardener
I kinda love how Paris is full of rooftop gardens, balconies, and window boxes. If you’re ever in this city, look up. There’s a lot of green to be seen.
Musée du Quai Branly, Paris
(I should go back when it isn’t raining, so I can get some better pictures.)
An exceedingly green street!
Also, I am starting the #UrbanGreen hashtag for any and all pictures of plants coexisting with human society in cities and other urban environments. Because this is a random thing that I love. (You may have noticed this 🌱)
Feel free to post stuff to it, if you like. Your own photographs would be nice, but artwork, or whatever else you want to include are welcome too.
Street tree in La Marais, Paris.
I like plants more than people 🌱
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