Hi Everyone! I need your thoughts and participation.
I am pulling together an article named “The Ultimate Soundtrack to Landscape Architecture” and it is going to be based on the feedback of the Land8:Landscape Architect’s Network community’s experiences. The title might suggest that it is related to music but I want to broaden the spectrum of the theme (and probably work up another title as the subject develops).
It is not your usual subject or topic I know but I am curious to hear your response on the following question:
Have you had an experience of listening to a song/ reading a book/ watching a movie that made you feel in connection with a part of “Landscape” or the “Landscape Architecture” profession that you love?
Do let me know! I am interested in hearing about the various mix of experiences.
I look forward to your reply. Post them as replies or you can get in touch via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Big Yellow Taxi – Joni Mitchell
Mother Nature’s Son – The Beatles
This Land is Your Land – Woody Guthrie
Seminole Wind – John Michael Montgomery
Little Boxes – Malvina Reynolds
Five Feet High and Risin’ – Johnny Cash
June Hymn – The Decemberists
Big City – Merle Haggard