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I'm sure most of you recognize this from the famous photo in New York after the war. I've wondered if that photographer took hundreds of photos that day and all of them were horrible except for the famous one. I've had days like that! Anyway, I'd love to see all of his various work from that day to see what else he snapped up. That photo has been recreated here into a giant statue in San Diego. It now sits in front of the huge aircraft carrier, which you can see in the distance, enshrouded in fog.
- Trey Ratcliff
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