Sure, New York has all the skyscrapers you’d expect in an urban area. But, an exhibit opening later this week brings the city’s natural appeal into focus. Benjamin Swett took 28 color portraits for New York City of Trees, on display at the Arsenal Gallery in Central Park through April 26. The freelance photographer and former New York parks worker traveled to all five boroughs for the project, snapping shots of trees tucked away in corners throughout the city.
If you can’t make it to Manhattan for the exhibition, check out the spring release of Swett’s book by the same name.