Photographer's Note

This photo was taken yesterday at the Metro Toronto Zoo.

Toronto ZooArt showcases art exhibits. Here you can experience some interesting sculptures, unusual textile exhibits, unexpected visual arts displays, and more. The Toronto zooarts Festival explores the relationship between art, wildlife, and the environment.

You can't miss "Serpentine Mounds" by Ian Lazarus and Badanna Zack! This large sculpture is 300 feet long, and is composed of obsolete cars, earth, and ground cover. The effect appears as a revealed archaeological site embedded in the natural landscape, and portrays the continuing battle between our love affair with the car, the roads and resources that are built to sustain it, and the environmental damage caused to animals (including humans!) and their habitats.

**Post Pro - Cropped to visually make the red equal, and increased contrast.

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