There's a new bridge in town, a new covered bridge. It's for pedestrians only, and it's already become a place for at least one youngling to get away from the world and contemplate his future. He's made the space his own. 
An empty lot on Main Street now provides a quasi-permanent place for a trendy (though folksy) food truck. Big Daddy flips the burgers as customers assemble outside for a business meeting over lunch. "The food is wonderful and so are the owners": so says a post on Facebook. 
It remains a visual reminder of the 1920s when it was built as the hotel of record in downtown Vicksburg. Today, it has been refurbished into apartments, many with some of the best views of the Mississippi River anywhere. But, that rooster is a problem: He starts crowing at sunrise. 
Speaking of proboscises, don't forget the anteater. Arthur, here, uses his elongated snout (and even longer tongue) to feed on ants and termites. He is the most well-known of four anteater species; he's a giant anteater. 
These are two of the Asian elephants at Cincinnati's Zoo. Just look at those proboscises. They are used for drinking and bathing, smelling and touching, and communicating. Of course, they are also used for eating, but the Asian elephant's cousins in Africa are more likely to use the end of their trunks for grazing and grasping. 
Jackson Square hosts a cavalcade of festivals every year, but the art market that uses the surrounding fence goes on all the time. Overlooking the scene are the steeples of St. Louis Basilica, saliences that define the French Quarter itself.