Sometimes it’s tough to picture just how humongous the world around us really is.
For example, did you know that New York City, the biggest city in the U.S., is only 24 square miles? For reference, the Grand Canyon is almost 2,000 square miles. You could stack three Empire State Buildings one on top of the other and still not reach the canyon rim at its deepest point.
That stark difference gave artist Gus Petro an idea for a new photography series called: Empty, an interesting look at what would happen if New York City were inside of the Grand Canyon. Take a look at the result for yourself: