It’s that time of year in Utah when it’s hard to tell if it is spring or winter. Days brimming with sixty degree weather can be chased away by snowstorms that blow horizontally. Earlier this week someone down at Liberty Park decided to embrace the warm weather to create some impromptu public art. Stretching saran wrap between two trees in the park they created a temporary wall on which to create their graffiti art. But, if we’re right in thinking that may be the squirrel from Ice Age, they may have had an inkling of the cold front to come.
The photos come courtesy Suzanne Larson. If someone is using their creativity to transform your neighborhood, we’d love to share an image with our audience. Email your photos, and a little description, to email@example.com.
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