Juan Daniel repaints a mural that was originally completed in 2005 on a section of the border wall in Nogales, Sonora. The 60-foot-long mural, titled “Vida y Sueños de la Cañada Perla,” or “Life and Dreams of the Perla Ravine,” is a replica of a mural painted in 1998 by Tzetzal Indians. The mural in Nogales had to be taken down in 2011, when the Department of Homeland Security built a taller wall. The panels were salvaged and screwed into on a wall within the city of Nogales, Mexico. On Saturday April 19, 2014 they were repainted by a group of volunteers. Photo by: Mamta Popat / Arizona Daily Star