Statue of Liberty

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Statue of Liberty

I promised someone on here to get some shots of the Statue of Liberty and right now I forget who that was, but I did get some shots of it, but never got around to editing them till this past weekend, so sorry it took so long.

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These shots were taken in Battery park right at the lower tip of Manhattan

The statue which is often just called the Statue of Liberty, is actually entitles the *The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World8 and was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States and is recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. The Statue of Liberty was dedicated on October 28, 1886. It was designated as a National Monument in 1924. Employees of the National Park Service have been caring for the colossal copper statue since 1933.

I have been planning on taken a ride on the Staten Island ferry, which is one of the few free things in NYC, to get some closer in shots of it, but haven't got around to doing that yet with being fairly busy and the shorter days of winter, and with only two weeks left working inthe city not sure I will get to do that, but here is a shot of the Ferry.

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This shot of the ferry was taken one morning when I went to catch the Staten Island Ferry but just as the ferry was approaching I got an email invite to an urgent meeting and had to skip the idea of taking a ride on the ferry and head to the office.

Another shot of the Statue of Liberty, well I say a shot of the Statue but more the view from Battery Park with the Statue in shot

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Another way to get slower to the Statue or onto the island on which it stands is to take the Ferry to the island or ride the water taxis around manhattan, both of which I have done a few years ago, and this shot shows a couple of the water taxis

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And that’s all folks

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Statue of Liberty and cruise is shot very good

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i think i visited New York 15 years ago or possibly more, the only things i remember is the National History Museum, a museum with loads of stained glass windows, and the visit to the Statue of Liberty. The National History was of course the most impressive, but i remember when i went to the statue of Liberty the color of the water. it was so blue. so beautifully blue, and the sun was out, and it wasn't too hot, and i just wanted to stay there for hours and hours.

OHh those are two of my favorite places as WellI do love that museum, and Batteyr park and the views from there are very special

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I've always imagined it was huge but seeing it tower over that equipment really puts it into perspective. I'd love to see it in person one day.

Ohh if you go onto he island and look up at it it does feel huge but not so much from a distance as I show here

Nice Statue of Liberty photography.

Thanks kindly ;)

Nice shots! I remember that ferry ride over to the island very well. I have a ton of photos from when we visited.

I had hoped to do the ferry again this week but it has flown by I have done it twice before and back whenI wasn’takingphotos so must try and get to do it again

Just by looking at it I could tell that the statue was so huge. I noticed it when I compared it with trees and buildings. Lovely images by the way my friend.

Thanks and yes from a distance one can be fooled about how big it is

I love New York !!!
Nice Shots my friend...

Thanks I will miss it when I do not go there for work each day

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Thats so very true

You have a great day

Thank you so much.

most welcome, have a good weekend

Thank you so much and same to you. 🙂

An interesting perspective, not at all like on tourism resources.
Statue of Liberty in everyday life)))

Thanks I did hope to get closer to it in my last couple of weeks here but the time just flew by

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wow beautiful photograph of Statue of Liberty. thanks for share with us.

And thanks for your visit