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Photo: Painting the town

Artist James K spends his sunny Saturday afternoon spray painting his art on a wall at R.E. Mountain Secondary School. Although the Township of Langley has a complete ban on graffiti, this particular structure in the parking lot of the secondary school has been set up specifically for students to paint on. - Miranda GATHERCOLE/Langley Times
Artist James K spends his sunny Saturday afternoon spray painting his art on a wall at R.E. Mountain Secondary School. Although the Township of Langley has a complete ban on graffiti, this particular structure in the parking lot of the secondary school has been set up specifically for students to paint on.
— image credit: Miranda GATHERCOLE/Langley Times
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