The contents of this video are aimed towards how walking through a space and experiencing the place (in this case, urban public spaces in New York City) helps you gain better understanding of how choices the designer makes impacts the feeling that space can evoke. Looking at plans and schematics of parks is effective in visualizing the harmony of the design but walking through the space you are further able to feel and experience the design in its intended purpose. Which is what I think this course was aimed to do; give a hands on and in depth experience of studying urban spaces and how they have evolved. By walking all the boroughs and parks you gain a sense of perspective, you observe how the area is influenced by contextual factors provide. This class made me think how landscape is such a broad term and that it cant take such a series of different identities and interpretations; how so much can be done with so little, how dramatic and powerful such a confined area can amount to. By physical visiting these sites, by being present, and by analyzing/documenting these places; I can take away a higher appreciation from such urban design as we visited over the course and hope the video can aim to evoke a sense of actually moving and being within the space.