Whenever I have the opportunity, I bike through the Champs des possibles. Not only do I have the chance to smell the wild flowers and check out the beekeeping station, but I can also see if there is any new graffiti or tags. Although this work is not always the best, it usually gives the area a burst of colour that is so badly needed against the 70s-styled cement factories. On the large wall facing the railroad tracks is a spot where aspiring artists practise before actually going out into the streets, and the art on this wall changes fairly often.
I was also intrigued by the lettering, and from where I was standing, it looked like there was some netting around the letters. As I got closer I could see that this was just a new style of tagging. Then I noticed a strange verse in the far left-hand corner. Upon closer examination, I realized that someone had written the Lord's Prayer in French.
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