Photographing Public Art – In Elk Grove

This week, Marsha is hosting the Photographing Public Art Challenge and has found some interesting works of art in Mesa, Arizona.

Almost everywhere you go in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, you’ll see ‘elk’ art. Earlier this year we happened to be driving down Oakton Street, past Elk Grove Technology Park, a new state-of-the-art industrial facility and noticed some interesting sculptures dotted about the grounds, so we stopped to take a closer look.

Meanwhile, over at the Busse Woods Forest Preserve in Elk Grove, you can see the real thing. The elk herd has been re-established and they are looking fit and well.

13 thoughts on “Photographing Public Art – In Elk Grove

  1. These are gorgeous statues, Sue. They almost look like the real thing! 🙂 We traveled through Southern Oregon and a herd of elk was staying at a local hotel and stopping traffic as they crossed the highway. It was a splendid time. They are impressive animals. 🙂

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