While there is a surprising amount of greenery in this city (excluding Central Park), it's still always a shock and joy when you come across a street so utterly filled with plants and trees as to make it stand out from others.
This particular area of 10th St – a pathway between the West Village and Greenwich Village – seems like it's part of some sort of special garden. Building-after-building has planters out front, some of which are beautifully groomed. The old architecture that lines the street is really something to behold. That's not to say this block is without it's quirks. Just like every other street, it has a fair share of broken down and grimey places. But that's all part of the character!