This image is a street view of 123rd & Lenox in New York City, right around the corner from the Laboratory in Harlm. It’s from a crazy cool/odd/diverting website called Urban Jungle Street View, which filters New York City, San Francisco, and many any other locales through an Amazonian lens — an eco system of vines, trees, and vines you can wander through. Stockholm-based web developer, Einar Öberg modified Google Street View because he loves “the idea of an abandoned world where nature is taking over.”  So do we.

So go to Urban Jungle Street View, plug in your address (or one nearby) and scope out the jungle in your backyard.

via Fast Company

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