Believe it or not, there are actually still unexplored parts of Manhattan, and we're not just talking about Washington Heights. NYC-based artist Matthew Jensen is photographing the "nowhere" spots, places that are not built up at all and are not designated parks. Not all of these places are lush landscapes. Most are abandoned buildings and overgrown plots of land. But there are some untouched scenic spots, which serve as a reminder that even in a city as overdeveloped as New York, there can still be untapped treasures. So go out and explore the rest of Manhattan, but be quiet about it. The last thing we need is to see another Times Square sitting on the landscape above in ten years.