A ceramic replica of a common rock is used as a door chock for the Banff Centre studio door during cigarette breaks. It is a common practice amongst the Banff Centre’s residents and staff to keep heavy rocks near automatically locking doors in order to keep them open

A ceramic replica of a common rock is used as a door chock for the Banff Centre studio door during cigarette breaks.
It is a common practice amongst the Banff Centre’s residents and staff to keep heavy rocks near automatically locking doors in order to keep them open

 A ceramic replica of a common rock is used as a door chock for the Banff Centre studio door during cigarette breaks. It is a common practice amongst the Banff Centre’s residents and staff to keep heavy rocks near automatically locking doors in order to keep them open

A ceramic replica of a common rock is used as a door chock for the Banff Centre studio door during cigarette breaks.
It is a common practice amongst the Banff Centre’s residents and staff to keep heavy rocks near automatically locking doors in order to keep them open

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