A tree grows…where the money is

by Robert A. Ripps on April 14, 2015

Interesting study on urban trees, climate and income levels.

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Not altogether positive

by Robert A. Ripps on March 23, 2015

Thanks to Tribeca Citizen for sharing an image I created recently that shows the drastic, and not particularly welcome changes that are occurring in my neighborhood. Need to scroll down a bit as it is the 4th item.

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Lost and found

March 5, 2015

Ever lose a roll of film? Ever find a roll of film. Here’s a guy who “rescues” old film by developing it, and sharing what he finds. A fun way to lose a few hours… Undeveloped World War II Film Discovered from The Rescued Film Project on Vimeo.

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A tree grows in Quebec

March 2, 2015
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Food that tasted better than it looked

February 26, 2015

Poutine pâté chinois (steak haché, oignons caramélisés, et maïs)

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A tree grows in Oakland

February 10, 2015

Some recent images from my ongoing Urban Trees series…which reminds me, please check out my new book…Urban Trees.

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Food that tasted better than it looked

January 19, 2015

Lao or stew, white rice.

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Food that tasted better than it looked

January 12, 2015

Jerk pork with roast mushrooms and onions.

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