4 thoughts on “Wordless Weds – Abstract Liberty”

  1. Beautiful photos. I can’t decide which I like best. I used to see the Statue of Liberty from my apartment. I never stopped thinking it was amazing.
    Did you know that it was the basis for modern skyscrapers? The idea of making a tall frame, and then cladding it. Load-bearing walls can only go up so far, or else they have to be incredibly thick at the bottom. The Statue of Liberty showed how to change all that.

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    1. Thank you. It is an incredible structure, isn’t it. We appreciated it much more after going up inside the crown. I loved Ellis Island as well – there’s such a history and atmosphere to it all (and I loved the mini mural!)


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