Non-places are spaces of such temporary and transient activities that do not hold enough significance to be regarded as places. One typically encounters non-places when traveling and often only remembers them in very generic terms. These spaces (such as airports, highways, and bus terminals) are designed to be passed through rather than appropriated, retaining little or no trace of our engagement with them. While such spaces are formed in relation to certain ends (transport, commerce, leisure), green spaces are non-places associated with the act of passing, created adjacent to other non-places in order to prettify the scene as we pass by. Following photographs were taken from green spaces constructed between massive interconnected highways of Tehran.