Pedestrians are seen in the reflection of the store front window of Tabby Fabrics on Port Republic Street walking past a light-blue wooden bench that is part of a street art project by an unnamed local artist on April 4, 2014. The city of Beaufort has been removing them because they are against city rules.
Pedestrians are seen in the reflection of the store front window of Tabby Fabrics on Port Republic Street walking past a light-blue wooden bench that is part of a street art project by an unnamed local artist on April 4, 2014. The city of Beaufort has been removing them because they are against city rules. Staff photo
Pedestrians are seen in the reflection of the store front window of Tabby Fabrics on Port Republic Street walking past a light-blue wooden bench that is part of a street art project by an unnamed local artist on April 4, 2014. The city of Beaufort has been removing them because they are against city rules. Staff photo

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