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Disarming Graffiti
updated: Jan 05, 2014, 9:15 AM

By John Wiley

Do you know the story of this "disarming" graffiti I spotted on the mountainside southeast of La Cumbre Peak? Is it old enough to have been painted on the rock in the 1960s as an anti-war statement, or back in the late 1950s when the symbol was created for the UK nuclear disarmament movement? Is it easier to reach on foot than it appeared to be from the air? Is it visible from town, or from trails in the mountains? When is graffiti art or history, and when is it simple vandalism?

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