4.30.2008

/// suburbanite in the city 2: part I - New England




Also known as the Cradle of Liberty, the City of Boston in Massachusetts was founded by Puritans from England. Throughout its history the city has been shaped to portray the growing pains of a swelling immigration, followed by the initiation of the American Revolution and in later years industrialization and technological boom, have made the first emerging rural villages to evolve and extend into a quite pleasurable metropolis.

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4.29.2008

/// suburban farms



In the desire of reinventing or better well said "uninventing" suburbia, neighbors like in Boulder, Colorado have transform their lawns into mini-farms, not only to grow produce for their own but furthermore for local restaurants and businesses. Creating a new type of what I might say is a morphed residential zone
not all rural but not all urban either.

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4.01.2008

/// bizarre sightings - 7


Breaking the rules / Rompiendo las reglas

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