The potted miniature Dawn Redwood trees of 'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch at the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on closing day, Sunday, March 11, 2018. The forest, which grew naturally from October 2016, was comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreated a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California. At today's end of the installation the trees were given away to attendees with any remaining donated to various organizations . (© Richard B. Levine)
RMM8R5JHThe potted miniature Dawn Redwood trees of 'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch at the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on closing day, Sunday, March 11, 2018. The forest, which grew naturally from October 2016, was comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreated a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California. At today's end of the installation the trees were given away to attendees with any remaining donated to various organizations . (© Richard B. Levine)
'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch opens in the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on Saturday, October 1, 2016. The miniature forest growing naturally is comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreates a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California, including topography and tree canopy heights. The one to four foot high trees will continue to grow until the end of the exhibit on March 11, 2018. (© Richard B. Levine)
RMH3KT4D'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch opens in the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on Saturday, October 1, 2016. The miniature forest growing naturally is comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreates a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California, including topography and tree canopy heights. The one to four foot high trees will continue to grow until the end of the exhibit on March 11, 2018. (© Richard B. Levine)
New York, US. 12th Oct, 2016. Redwood trees in miniature are part of the art project 'Lost man Creek' by artist Spencer Finch in the borough of Brooklyn in New York, US, 12 October 2016. In the middle of a busy shopping, residential and office area, artist Spencer Ginch has replicated the popular forest in miniature format. PHOTO: JOHANNES SCHMITT-TEGGE/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMH4K6F7New York, US. 12th Oct, 2016. Redwood trees in miniature are part of the art project 'Lost man Creek' by artist Spencer Finch in the borough of Brooklyn in New York, US, 12 October 2016. In the middle of a busy shopping, residential and office area, artist Spencer Ginch has replicated the popular forest in miniature format. PHOTO: JOHANNES SCHMITT-TEGGE/dpa/Alamy Live News
'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch at the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on closing day, Sunday, March 11, 2018, showing the Dawn Redwood trees. The forest, which grew naturally from October 2016, was comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreated a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California. At today's end of the installation the trees were given away to attendees with any remaining donated to various organizations . (ÂPhoto by Richard B. Levine)
RM2ER1B2M'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch at the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on closing day, Sunday, March 11, 2018, showing the Dawn Redwood trees. The forest, which grew naturally from October 2016, was comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreated a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California. At today's end of the installation the trees were given away to attendees with any remaining donated to various organizations . (ÂPhoto by Richard B. Levine)
Lost Man Creek winds through a fern-floored forest in Redwood National Park, California.
RMBCBGCKLost Man Creek winds through a fern-floored forest in Redwood National Park, California.
'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch at the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on closing day, Sunday, March 11, 2018, showing the Dawn Redwood trees. The forest, which grew naturally from October 2016, was comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreated a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California. At today's end of the installation the trees were given away to attendees with any remaining donated to various organizations . (© Richard B. Levine)
RMM8R5J6'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch at the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on closing day, Sunday, March 11, 2018, showing the Dawn Redwood trees. The forest, which grew naturally from October 2016, was comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreated a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California. At today's end of the installation the trees were given away to attendees with any remaining donated to various organizations . (© Richard B. Levine)
'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch opens in the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on Saturday, October 1, 2016. The miniature forest growing naturally is comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreates a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California, including topography and tree canopy heights. The one to four foot high trees will continue to grow until the end of the exhibit on March 11, 2018. (© Richard B. Levine)
RMH3KT54'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch opens in the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on Saturday, October 1, 2016. The miniature forest growing naturally is comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreates a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California, including topography and tree canopy heights. The one to four foot high trees will continue to grow until the end of the exhibit on March 11, 2018. (© Richard B. Levine)
New York, US. 12th Oct, 2016. Visitors stand in front of redwood trees in miniature, which are are part of the art project 'Lost man Creek' by artist Spencer Finch, in the borough of Brooklyn in New York, US, 12 October 2016. In the middle of a busy shopping, residential and office area, artist Spencer Ginch has replicated the popular forest in miniature format. PHOTO: JOHANNES SCHMITT-TEGGE/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMH4K6F8New York, US. 12th Oct, 2016. Visitors stand in front of redwood trees in miniature, which are are part of the art project 'Lost man Creek' by artist Spencer Finch, in the borough of Brooklyn in New York, US, 12 October 2016. In the middle of a busy shopping, residential and office area, artist Spencer Ginch has replicated the popular forest in miniature format. PHOTO: JOHANNES SCHMITT-TEGGE/dpa/Alamy Live News
Visitors to 'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch at the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on closing day, Sunday, March 11, 2018, take home miniature Dawn Redwood trees. The forest, which grew naturally from October 2016, was comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreated a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California. At today's end of the installation the trees were given away to attendees with any remaining donated to various organizations . (ÂPhoto by Richard B. Levine)
RM2ER1B34Visitors to 'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch at the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on closing day, Sunday, March 11, 2018, take home miniature Dawn Redwood trees. The forest, which grew naturally from October 2016, was comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreated a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California. At today's end of the installation the trees were given away to attendees with any remaining donated to various organizations . (ÂPhoto by Richard B. Levine)
Workers dig up the Dawn Redwood trees of  'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch at the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on closing day, Sunday, March 11, 2018. The forest, which grew naturally from October 2016, was comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreated a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California. At today's end of the installation the trees were given away to attendees with any remaining donated to various organizations . (© Richard B. Levine)
RMM8R5HKWorkers dig up the Dawn Redwood trees of 'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch at the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on closing day, Sunday, March 11, 2018. The forest, which grew naturally from October 2016, was comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreated a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California. At today's end of the installation the trees were given away to attendees with any remaining donated to various organizations . (© Richard B. Levine)
'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch opens in the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on Saturday, October 1, 2016. The miniature forest growing naturally is comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreates a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California, including topography and tree canopy heights. The one to four foot high trees will continue to grow until the end of the exhibit on March 11, 2018. (© Richard B. Levine)
RMH3KT4X'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch opens in the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on Saturday, October 1, 2016. The miniature forest growing naturally is comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreates a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California, including topography and tree canopy heights. The one to four foot high trees will continue to grow until the end of the exhibit on March 11, 2018. (© Richard B. Levine)
Visitors to 'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch at the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on closing day, Sunday, March 11, 2018, take home miniature Dawn Redwood trees. The forest, which grew naturally from October 2016, was comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreated a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California. At today's end of the installation the trees were given away to attendees with any remaining donated to various organizations . (ÂPhoto by Richard B. Levine)
RM2ER1B2XVisitors to 'Lost Man Creek' by the artist Spencer Finch at the Metrotech Center in Brooklyn in New York on closing day, Sunday, March 11, 2018, take home miniature Dawn Redwood trees. The forest, which grew naturally from October 2016, was comprised of 4000 Dawn Redwoods which recreated a 790 acre area in 1:100 scale of Redwood National Park in California. At today's end of the installation the trees were given away to attendees with any remaining donated to various organizations . (ÂPhoto by Richard B. Levine)