Glenn and Jill Albrecht
John Tucker Park

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Story & Experience

Finding beauty in the discarded.

Why this Place?

John Tucker Park

Every weekend this park is used by people for recreation. There is a children’s playground that kids love. However, huge amounts of rubbish are discarded and often the bins overflow. This is a place in need of a Radjoy bird. Much to my amazement, there was one there just waiting for me to photograph it.

Act of Beauty

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I had to identify a crumpled and broken foldup chair as having wings!


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