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"The Powderhorn Pachyderm"
First it was the rare Powderhorn Tiger, and now its shy cousin, the Powderhorn Elephant. Many residents say they can hear its tuneful trumpeting drift across the lake from time to time - provided the wind is right, of course.
The setting sun turned the clouds pink behind this young apple tree just off Lake Street.
I've been exploring an idea using the modern day "Selfie." I've also developed an ever-growing interest in the appropriation and age progression of photographer Wing Young Huie's Chicago Ave. project.
Somehow the two concepts have combined. I'm not exactly sure what it is they are trying to say yet but I do love the mesh between art, the self and it's environment. I suspect the definition lies in the exposed tones of Huie's work.