Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail
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Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail

The Doll’s Head Trail is one of Atlanta’s obscure city trails found at Constitution Lakes Park in southeast Atlanta.

Along the trail is a collection of trash-to-treasure art installations. Each piece is made with discarded objects found within the 125-acre reserve and from the South River which flows through it.

Audio Postcard: Doll's Head Trail

On Second Thought intern Allison Krausman walked the path with trail creator Joel Slaton to discover how the trail came to be. After a jaunt in the woods she brought back an audio postcard. 

 

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Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail
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Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail
Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail
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Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail
Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail
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Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail
Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail
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Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail
Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail
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Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail
Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail
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Trash-to-Treasure art of the Doll's Head Trail