Meadow Lake, "How Far Have We Gone" art installation
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Meadow Lake, "How Far Have We Gone" art installation


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digital color photograph
Born digital
Photographic image
2011
Looking east across Meadow Lake. Spanning the lake is Theodoros Zafeiropoulos' art piece titled, "How Far Have We Gone," part of the Nature Unframed: Art at the Arboretum exhibit. Slices of a Norway spruce are attached to a 400-foot-long piece of nylon webbing anchored in Meadow Lake, creating the effect of a floating path that moves with the water.

Wildflowers and tall, green grasses line the lake's banks. Trees are reflected in the water's surface.
The Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Illinois
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©John Hagstrom

Copyright restrictions applying to use or reproduction of this image are available from the Sterling Morton Library, The Morton Arboretum. For more information, please visit our ABOUT section or complete and submit this form.