awesome capture. I'v always loved that photo.
Great piece of sculpture.
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I love that picture!!!What a great kiss!!!
Wow now those are some long legs. if anything they are both bent over even further in the picture why he's got her flat on her back while standing up.
Ha, nice. But it would have been more interesting with a twist.
How cool! I'm glad to know the title of this photo finally - my DH has no idea about this photo - I thought everyone knew! Now I can bring him to this post. :) Happy WW!
aw, this is such a beautiful statue! totally romantic.
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I know this the kiss. It appeared in the Night at the museum 2. :D
This has got to be one of my favorite statues whenever I visit San Diego. I'm glad you got to see it firsthand too.
I love both the photo and the sculpture! What a sweet image.
i always wondered if their romance lived long as this famous kissing posture.
The scuplture looks so realistic.
This is really interesting. At first I thought the 1st pix was a real thing!
I had heard someone had did a sculpture on the photo, but I did not know it was done in color! 25 feet tall! wow!~hugs, Faythe @GMT
G' Day From Australia, Fantastic kiss to start the world on a new journey after the war.
What a beautiful statue.I played too. Mine are here and here.
Great capture. :)
What a passionate kiss. Great shot!
Brilliant! i have never seen this before i am glad you included the original picture to explain about the sculpture :-)Happy WW!
Oh baby one last kiss..haha.
That original photo meant so much to people of my parents' generation. Nice to know someone has captured the photo in a sculpture. And now you've captured the sculpture of the photo in a photo!Here's my WW:http://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2010/10/wordless-wednesday_13.htmlI tried a Linky this week. First time.
A classic photo; never seen the statue before, didn't even know there was one. Very cool!
Wow I love this picture, what a stunning piece of sculpture it's timeless.Here's my WW http://prem2pram.wordpress.com/2010/10/13/free-time-is-playtime/
Very nice this kiss!Happy WW!Irinahttp://hainutecolorate.blogspot.com
That was an amazing photo and an amazing sculpture! Great shot!
that is so cool...thanks for sharing!
Interesting. I didn't know that this sculpture existed. I wonder what Eisenstadt would think of it!
Wow - 25 foot tall. Cool! I love the depiction of this side of the war.
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Thanks for the history lesson. Takes me back to the navy sub days when hubs would port after a long time away. Happy WW!
Wow! Nice sculpture!
This reminds me of that British show, 'As Time Goes By'.It's so sweet.My WW
Awesome capture with an equally awesome caption, LOVE it! :)
So romantic and oh so cool, thanks for sharing LR! :D
Have a Terrific Thursday, hugs!
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Life where we live it. Thanks for these.
ohh i love this sculpture LR!!
happy WW dearie! ;)
Such a sweet moment..... :)
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reminds me of pearl harbor