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Greens!    5

It has been a while since I have posted here...

Here are some photos that I have collected from the past year.

(Note that some cities are covered more than others)

Miami:

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Atlanta:

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Greenville:

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totheskies    0

^^Well of COURSE they're great cities!!!

It's really amazing to see shots of Houston and New Orleans side by side. The cities are so different, yet the climate is almost exactly the same.

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broran28    0

New Orleans has sections that function as a "great city." Areas like (of course) the French Quarter and Uptown. New Orleans historically was a city long before Houston. And long before automobiles destroyed the true meaning of a city. Houston doesn't really have any areas like that. I'm not dogging on the place at all. In my mind, a city is New York, Providence, Miami, etc, but Houston rather functions as one INCREDIBLY LARGE suburb. Its very auto-centric. Nothing really denotes whether you are in a "city" or not. That's all my point is.

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