This day was interesting because we went from Brooklyn Bridge Park, a man-made and polished landscape, to a construction site to a salt marsh. As out day progressed the waterfront sites we visited become less and less "built". Each site was great in a wildly different way. Brooklyn Bridge Park was awesome because it had modern and unique amenities such as a rock wall and environmental education center, but also functioned as a comfortable outdoor space for the public. I loved the construction sites for a number of reasons, mostly for the fact that we could see how the park "functioned" underneath. The salt marsh was neat because it was reclaimed for ecology. We talk a lot about ecological restoration in studio and this site gave me a good reference of what this might look like when implemented.