Give people options of what to look at. Members of one family will choose non-urban views most of the time (but not all of the time, as we have said more than once after visiting big cities). To each, their own. An article by Ariel Schwartz, a Senior Editor at Co.Exist, titled “The Hidden Beauty Of Suburban Sprawl” is on that magazine’s website:
Suburban sprawl can be ugly on the ground, but aerial photographs demonstrate its beauty, and why it’s inherently unsustainable…
German photographer Christoph Gielen, inspired by this phenomenon of suburban hypergrowth and subsequent stagnancy, snapped a series of aerial photographs of sprawl in places like Arizona, Nevada, and Florida.