Hey again, we'de like to ask you a few general questions based on one of your images for a feature profile on our blog, is there an email address we could contact you through?

Sorry, took a hiatus…

you can email me at ogericd@yahoo.com

Your blog is amazing and I love it so so much <3 I live for urban greenery.

I didn’t think anyone noticed!  Thanks for the note, and inspiration to continue.  All it takes is one comment and one person to appreciate nature in the city!

-eric

A tree grows in Brooklyn&#8230;. on a terrace, in Bed Stuy, about 3 stories high
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A tree grows in Brooklyn…. on a terrace, in Bed Stuy, about 3 stories high

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A sink grows in Brooklyn!

A sink grows in Brooklyn!

Vines growing on the fence at the BQE entrance ramp in Brooklyn, NYC.  They turn bright red in the fall months (Boston Ivy with some Virginia Creeper)

Vines growing on the fence at the BQE entrance ramp in Brooklyn, NYC.  They turn bright red in the fall months (Boston Ivy with some Virginia Creeper)

A photo of nature taking over in Utica, New York.  Photo taken by our friend Stacy Antoville

A photo of nature taking over in Utica, New York.  Photo taken by our friend Stacy Antoville

Our newest Green Roof at the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House.

NYC building covered in Virginia Creeper.  Thanks Patti!

NYC building covered in Virginia Creeper.  Thanks Patti!

A naturally forming green wall in upstate NY covered with sphagnum mosses.

A naturally forming green wall in upstate NY covered with sphagnum mosses.