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« on: May 21, 2018, 02:12:06 pm »

With all of this said, be careful pegging NJ

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It is possible to appreciate the visual qualities of a place with one short visit, but not how it smells on a frosty morning, how city sounds reverberate across narrow streets to expire over the broad square, or how the pavement burns through gymshoe soles and melts bicycle tires in August. Place, at all scales from the armchair to the nation, is a construct of experience; it is sustained not only by timber, concrete, and highways, but also by the quality of human awareness.
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« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2018, 05:39:38 pm »

But as the suburban areas near NYC and Philly became denser and denser

Is this actually true? Maybe at the county level, as residential housing cropped up on undeveloped land, but I think you'd be hard-pressed to find places where the existing residential tracts actually became more densely populated.
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It is possible to appreciate the visual qualities of a place with one short visit, but not how it smells on a frosty morning, how city sounds reverberate across narrow streets to expire over the broad square, or how the pavement burns through gymshoe soles and melts bicycle tires in August. Place, at all scales from the armchair to the nation, is a construct of experience; it is sustained not only by timber, concrete, and highways, but also by the quality of human awareness.
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