A Tree Might Grow in Brooklyn, But One is Butchered in Friendship

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When trees face technology, trees are usually the loser, but so are we.

With power lines strung around the city, rather than buried, there are few options for trees to grow to maturation, leaving the streets hot and without shade. These are trees around the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of Friendship and

We’re Number One!

… in What?

Oh right, football and hockey.

 

 

A tree might grow in Brooklyn, but one is butchered in Friendship.

I don’t think this is supposed to a topiary sculpture, but it looks like someone turned this beautiful tree into a turkey.

3 thoughts on “A Tree Might Grow in Brooklyn, But One is Butchered in Friendship

  1. If you want to see absolute tree butchery you should drive out some of the roads in the burbs. What the power companies have done is hideous. It seems that it has driven many people to just cut down the trees and not replant more.

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