Art in Unusual Places

Making Thanksgiving Day pies at Douglas Community United Methodist Church.

Making Thanksgiving Day pies at Douglas Community United Methodist Church.

The Capital City Weekly welcomes reader-submitted images of art in unusual or unexpected places. Photographers of all levels of ability are invited to send in images of natural or urban subjects that they find artistically inspiring or intriguing. Submit images to maryc.martin@capweek.com.

A variety of minerals create an abstract design on the Salmon Creek trail.

A variety of minerals create an abstract design on the Salmon Creek trail.

A heart-shaped lily pad bouquet. Spaulding meadow on Aug. 17.

A heart-shaped lily pad bouquet. Spaulding meadow on Aug. 17.

Reflection of a fiberglass yacht in the downtown boat harbor.

Reflection of a fiberglass yacht in the downtown boat harbor.

Mendenhall Glacier's blue ice towers over Mendenhall Lake on Aug. 19.

Mendenhall Glacier’s blue ice towers over Mendenhall Lake on Aug. 19.

Insulator with Mickey Mouse ears.

Insulator with Mickey Mouse ears.

Layers of paint on a late summer's day.

Layers of paint on a late summer’s day.

Unexpected beauty on a downtown building, Akureyri, Iceland.

Unexpected beauty on a downtown building, Akureyri, Iceland.

Abstract harbor reflection.

Abstract harbor reflection.

Wood inclusion.

Wood inclusion.

Beach still life at Outer Point in Juneau.

Beach still life at Outer Point in Juneau.

Rust never sleeps, but chrome never rusts.  Chrome still shines on a rusty car near the Tolch Rock Trail in August 2016.

Rust never sleeps, but chrome never rusts. Chrome still shines on a rusty car near the Tolch Rock Trail in August 2016.

Alpine gentian, Mount Roberts.

Alpine gentian, Mount Roberts.

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