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A Miniature Redwood Forest Has Popped up in the Middle of Brooklyn

Downtown Brooklyn has recently become home to an exhibition sure to be a favorite of art and nature lovers alike. Artist Spencer Finch collaborated with the Public Art Fund to painstakingly create a redwood forest in miniature. Working off topographical and canopy height maps provided by the Save The Redwoods Foundation, Finch took a 790-acre section of the Redwood National Park and recreated a 1:100 scale version in Brooklyn’s MetroTech Commons.
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