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Spontaneous footage of spring in Cleveland, Ohio. As I mention in the video, I like the diversity of foliage in Cleveland. For one, there’re actual flowers blossoming out of them, and it helps paint a colorful aesthetic to the town. The trees in Los Angeles by contrast, are uninspired; I’ll give palm trees a pass, because it signifies the iconic vibe of the city, but the vast majority of the trees planted in LA are mundane with no distinct physically appealing features. I don’t know if this has anything to do with LA’s blazing year round summer, or if it’s merely just characteristic to the unassuming species that were chosen to be planted by the locals.
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