Taken from what Rolling Stone Magazine considers to be the 3rd Greatest Song of all Time, this mosaic graces the memorial of John Lennon in Central Park, NY. Dubbed Strawberry Fields, it's directly across from where the legendary singer/songwriter lived, and was subsequently killed. And while I'm in a "free association" kind of mood, it is interesting to note that the Dakota apartment building was also the site of Roman Polanski's awesomely creepy Rosemary's Baby, and named as such because it was one of the first buildings to go up way out in middle of no where in the Upper West Side in the late 1800s. Might as well have been the Dakota Territory, so they said.
I realize much of this is common knowledge, but it never fails to surprise me how many young people (ha, "young people." I'm so old.) are clueless about things we think are obvious. Go ahead. Quiz someone 25 or younger on all of the proper nouns mentioned above and count how many register vs how many result in a blank stare. I'm curious.