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I Modnnari XXVI from the Mission Steps
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The view from the Mission steps this weekend during the I Modnnari Italian street painting festival. Every year hundreds of artists turn the pavement in front of the mission into a huge gallery. The works of art, although temporary, are absolutely amazing!
Copyright: Bill Heller
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Uploaded: 29/05/2012
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Tags: i modnnari; santa barbara; santa barbara mission; california; festival; street painting; chalk; sidewalk chalk; event; mission; california missions
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