eric sanderson’s mannahatta project takes a different kind of look at one of this country’s original downtowns. instead of focusing on elements of the built environment, sanderson has endeavored to peel back the layers of concrete and steel to uncover what the island of manhattan would have looked like when henry hudson first saw it in 1609. check out national geographic’s september issue for a closer look at what he’s found. wild, no?
I thought that was the Zambezi River in Zambia. I visited Victoria Falls a couple summers ago and it looks JUST like it. Very interesting.
that is really wild!!! no other words to describe!
i LOVE this project..can't tell you how many times i've wanted to buy the book. it's infinitely interesting…he really did peel back the layer! well said!
oo–erin i think i lost your email address! can you email me with it perhaps when you get a minute!?
Saw these pictures in a forward e-mail a while ago… Unbelievable and rather funny how things can change!
i love that contrast. from the green jungle to the concrete jungle.
I agree with emily, green to concrete, what an amazing project
Wild indeed… I'm not sure what to make of it, though, so I'll just live with the images for a little while and see where they take me…
Thanks for sharing the info :)Amazing indeed.
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