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During 2017 I was a caretaker for the New Orleans City Park. The park is widely known as an hisoric WPA site and home to the largest number of live oaks in the south. It is also the largest park in the city and is used by people from every economic status and background. Found it At the Park is an ongoing  Instagram project. Objects left in public tell tiny narratives about our lives; what our interests are, our talents, and even sometimes our faults. I document and post what I find. Feel free to see more and follow @found_it_at_the_park


baseball graveyard


grafitti over grafitti on an otherwise unknown abandoned building


a child's homemade toy gun composed of 

electrical tape, cardboard and marker


rogue poetry from under a bridge

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