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Posted 10.18.09 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Ken McCown: Found Landscapes



Kunming Eucalyptus Ground
After years of picking out leaves from every corner imaginable, I've grown fond of Eucalyptus leaves and their amazing capacity to wrap around nearly everything. Also, their colors are beautiful; my favorite is the deep red.

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ABOUT THE ESSAY

Found Landscapes
A portfolio of photographs, with images ranging from the American West to Vatican City, by landscape architect Ken McCown.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ken McCown is director of the Downtown Design Center at the School of Architecture at the University of Las Vegas, Nevada.
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