Detroit Revealed: Photographs 2000-2010 is an exhibition produced by the DIA that showcases photographs depicting our city. The photographers include both those who reside within the city limits, as well as visitors. This gives a breadth of perspective to the exhibition. It is not a stereotypical collection so exhale now. Instead, it is a ruthlessly curated handful of images spanning the past decade that offers the viewer a glimpse into some key aspects of Detroit.
Kinda like War of the Worlds when the HG Wells classic incited hysteria into the homes of all the radio listeners. But not really.
This scene comes to us from Middletown, New York where these saucer-shaped clouds fill the sky. The lenticular cloud formation is unique to this area exclusively.
Happy April Fools! & please note that although tomfoolery & shenanigans are on the agenda today- this photograph is true
All images & text ©Nicole Wrona