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Freak Alley 2, Boise, Idaho, USA
Idaho

Freak Alley is a service alley that runs between 8th to 9th Streets and between Bannock and Idaho Streets in Boise, Idaho.  It is informally referred to as "Freak Alley" due to the grafitti collection it contains.  Although not aways this way, the graffiti is organized and sponsored presently.  This image was taken on March 10, 2012.

Copyright: Calvin K Mc Donald
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Uploaded: 27/04/2012
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Calvin K McDonald
Freak Alley 1, Boise, Idaho, USA
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