I like this drawing of New York trees by Katie Holten. Just in case to let you know, there are not a lot of trees in New York City, so these are probably from New York state. Katie Holten was born in Dublin and curreltly lives and works in New York. Katie makes drawings, installations, sculptures and public art projects which are focused on the relationship between the individual and her environment.
Ditmas Park is a very old Victorian neighborhood located in Brooklyn, New York. Sometimes it is called Victorian Flatbush or West Midwood. It is filled with old Sycamore trees and vines and consists of many smaller ~2 ~3 block neighborhoods such as Caton Park, Ditmas Park West, Prospect Park South, Albermarle-Kenmore Terrace, West Midwood, Fiske Terrace and e.t.c . Walking in Ditmas Park makes me feel like I am not in New York City but somewhere in the country side or a small village in Russia.
New York Magazine has an article about Ditmas Park called “Because Ditmas Park Is the New San Francisco”. (!!!!!) Indeed, one can find similarities of Ditmas Park houses, Painted Ladies of San Francisco and Russian style village houses.
*above: Painted Ladies in San Francisco
*to read a full New York Magazine article on Ditmas Park :