S-s-s-s-omething scary hiding in a downtown garden on Dec. 11.

S-s-s-s-omething scary hiding in a downtown garden on Dec. 11.

Art in Unusual Places

The Juneau Empire welcomes reader-submitted photos of art in unusual or unexpected places. To submit, email your photos and captions to editor@juneauempire.com.

All photos in this collection by Denise Carroll.

Who was line dancing in the Mendenhall wetlands on Dec. 2? Maybe eagles, but no back talon track. They are, however, a match for Canada goose tracks.

Who was line dancing in the Mendenhall wetlands on Dec. 2? Maybe eagles, but no back talon track. They are, however, a match for Canada goose tracks.

A fish made with a variety of rods seen in the downtown flats on Nov. 28.

A fish made with a variety of rods seen in the downtown flats on Nov. 28.

Concentric circles on a decaying log seen on the East Glacier Trail on Nov. 29.

Concentric circles on a decaying log seen on the East Glacier Trail on Nov. 29.

Monkeys love bananas as depicted on a downtown wall on Dec. 1.

Monkeys love bananas as depicted on a downtown wall on Dec. 1.

Small spider medallion encased in moss on a large Mendenhall wetlands driftwood on Dec. 2.

Small spider medallion encased in moss on a large Mendenhall wetlands driftwood on Dec. 2.

Rock Garden message to the Juneau community seen downtown on Dec. 1.

Rock Garden message to the Juneau community seen downtown on Dec. 1.

Painted rocks decorate a downtown garden on Dec. 19.

Painted rocks decorate a downtown garden on Dec. 19.

A peace sign seen in the back of a decrepit vehicle in the car cemetery off the West Glacier Trail on Dec. 16.

A peace sign seen in the back of a decrepit vehicle in the car cemetery off the West Glacier Trail on Dec. 16.

A panel truck displays a brightly colored owl in the vehicle cemetery off the West Glacier Trail on Dec. 16.

A panel truck displays a brightly colored owl in the vehicle cemetery off the West Glacier Trail on Dec. 16.

A waving glove greets hikers on the biking path off the West Glacier Trail on Dec. 16.

A waving glove greets hikers on the biking path off the West Glacier Trail on Dec. 16.

A squirrel leaves a pattern of tracks near the West Glacier Trail on Dec. 16.

A squirrel leaves a pattern of tracks near the West Glacier Trail on Dec. 16.

A snowman with a fruit kebab nose waves at passersby on the downtown Seawalk on Dec. 14.

A snowman with a fruit kebab nose waves at passersby on the downtown Seawalk on Dec. 14.

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