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The View from the Crowds

A UC Berkeley scholar uses Flickr to study what the public considers scenic.

By Lydia W. LeeLAM-Jan2013-Interview-HalfDome

Even though Alexander Dunkel, Student ASLA, has never visited the High Line in New York City, he can tell you exactly what part of the park is the most popular: the 10th Avenue Square. How? He spent a year analyzing Flickr, the popular image web site, and seeing where people take the most photos. Continue reading The View from the Crowds