In these new series several animals are wondering in architectural landscapes in New York City area and suburbs. Their path is peaceful, and they seem to reclaim the space as humans could do. This work is a reflection about migration, inner journey for some, real exploration for others. Images of suggested possibilities are juxtaposed to the memory of how animals really could have interacted also in the past with the city of New York . A deer is drinking in the Coney Island sidewalk, just to remind us how Coney Island became a popular escape from the City inhabitants. Or in a surreal set, a polar bear would discover a legendary lost dinosaur model buried under Central Park. Surreal possibilities and memories are alternating with a pleasant yet interrogatory carousel of images, in an ecological and social awareness. I chose to present this work with a nostalgic old process technique to create a difficulty in understanding the bounding time of when these images could have been taken, to the viewer to decide if these are images from the past, or do they belong to a possible future.