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Oh... I just figured that's where it would go seeing it's STREET art that I found down a STREET haha. Didn't think about its placement much more than that. Looking at other photos in the same folder, you're right that it doesn't quite fit in and yet I think it still upholds some of the principals of 'street photography' - un-staged, in a public place, explores contemporary society and even though we don't see the individual responsible for such a work of art or a passer by reacting to it, it still gives a sense of the relationship between individuals and their surroundings by the fact that someone was passionate enough to break the law to put it there. Anyway, not trying to start a debate, that's just my opinion