Urban cross-stitching… oh my word. This is the work of Spanish artist/set designer Raquel Rodrigo. Wire mesh and some very colorful rope working together to create lovely gardens on the walls around Madrid.
Incredible photos of New York City when it was covered in farmland
The Bowery is the oldest thoroughfare on the island of Manhattan. When the Dutch settled there in 1654, they named the path Bouwerij — an old Dutch word for "farm" — because it connected cattle farms and estates on the outskirts to (what is today) Wall Street.