Giant frame removed from Garden of the Gods after backlash

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Giant frame removed from Garden of the Gods after backlash

The controversial 12-foot blue box frames a worker from the Colorado Springs Park and Recreation department as he removes the bolts that held the frame in place at Garden of the Gods Park on Monday in Colorado Springs. The blue frame was installed Thursday as a marketing idea by the Olympic City USA task force and the locals quickly rejected it. As of Monday morning, more than 20,000 people had signed a petition started Friday.
Rock formations in the Central Garden Area of Garden of the Gods Park are framed by the controversial 12-foot blue frame as a crew from the Colorado Springs Park and Recreation department transport it through the Colorado Springs, Colo., park Monday after it was removed from the High Point Overlook. The blue frame was installed Thursday as a marketing idea by the Olympic City USA task force and the locals quickly rejected it. As of Monday morning, more than 20,000 people had signed a petition started Friday.
A crew from the Colorado Springs, Colo., Park and Recreation department removes the controversial 12-foot blue frame in Garden of the Gods Park on Monday. The blue frame was installed Thursday as a marketing idea by the Olympic City USA task force and the locals quickly rejected it. As of Monday morning, more than 20,000 people had signed a petition started Friday.

Giant frame removed from Garden of the Gods after backlash

The controversial 12-foot blue box frames a worker from the Colorado Springs Park and Recreation department as he removes the bolts that held the frame in place at Garden of the Gods Park on Monday in Colorado Springs. The blue frame was installed Thursday as a marketing idea by the Olympic City USA task force and the locals quickly rejected it. As of Monday morning, more than 20,000 people had signed a petition started Friday.
Rock formations in the Central Garden Area of Garden of the Gods Park are framed by the controversial 12-foot blue frame as a crew from the Colorado Springs Park and Recreation department transport it through the Colorado Springs, Colo., park Monday after it was removed from the High Point Overlook. The blue frame was installed Thursday as a marketing idea by the Olympic City USA task force and the locals quickly rejected it. As of Monday morning, more than 20,000 people had signed a petition started Friday.
A crew from the Colorado Springs, Colo., Park and Recreation department removes the controversial 12-foot blue frame in Garden of the Gods Park on Monday. The blue frame was installed Thursday as a marketing idea by the Olympic City USA task force and the locals quickly rejected it. As of Monday morning, more than 20,000 people had signed a petition started Friday.
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