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THE BOTANICAL JOURNAL

Irish Hunger Memorial

Irish Hunger Memorial

Standing facing west on the corner of North End Ave. & Vesey Street in Lower Manhattan's Financial District, the viewer observes a rather ordinary park of green grass and vegetation. A seemingly unkempt tangled mass of vines creeps over boulders and stones as New Yorkers strike past. Not far from this very spot is the new One World Trade Center and the 911 Memorial, yet few venture the additional 3 blocks to the radically designed Irish Hunger Memorial.
New York Botanical Garden & Frida Kahlo

New York Botanical Garden & Frida Kahlo

After days of towering structures concealing the horizon, my eyes rest in the expanse of blue sky. All at once the tension of crowds, sirens, and c...
The High Line

The High Line

Many advocated for its demise while others nostalgically appealed to keep the historic tracks. The High Line remained standing as a ruin of the industrial age... Today a beloved public park permeates the urban landscape.
National September 11 Memorial

National September 11 Memorial

Soaring skyward is the new One World Trade Center. The tower's 104 stories reach a symbolic height of 1776 feet, the date of American Independence.