Fireweed painted on a barrel on Cranberry Ridge in Fairbanks on Aug. 22, 2018.

Fireweed painted on a barrel on Cranberry Ridge in Fairbanks on Aug. 22, 2018.

Art in Unusual Places

The Capital City Weekly welcomes reader-submitted photos of art in unusual or unexpected places. To submit, email your photos and captions to editor@capweek.com.

Cotton grass on Point Bridget Trail (Courtesy Photo | Helen Unruh)

Cotton grass on Point Bridget Trail (Courtesy Photo | Helen Unruh)

<span class='IDappliedStyle' title='InDesign: Demi'>ABOVE:</span> A berry on Point Bridget Trail.                                 <span class='IDappliedStyle' title='InDesign: Demi'>BELOW: </span>A water lily at Auke Lake.

ABOVE: A berry on Point Bridget Trail. BELOW: A water lily at Auke Lake.

A watermelon berry on Trail on Time. (Courtesy Photo | Helen Unruh)

A watermelon berry on Trail on Time. (Courtesy Photo | Helen Unruh)

A water lily at Auke Lake. (Courtesy Photo | Helen Unruh)

A water lily at Auke Lake. (Courtesy Photo | Helen Unruh)

Raindrops on lady’s mantle in Juneau on Aug. 12. (Courtesy Photo | Kerry Howard)

Raindrops on lady’s mantle in Juneau on Aug. 12. (Courtesy Photo | Kerry Howard)

Old farm equipment, Yukon, Aug. 21. (Courtesy Photo | Kerry Howard)

Old farm equipment, Yukon, Aug. 21. (Courtesy Photo | Kerry Howard)

Yukon moonrise on Aug. 24.

Yukon moonrise on Aug. 24.

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