The Face Of Freedom: Stirring Portraits Of The Statue Of Liberty


This year, on the Fourth of July, the Statue of Liberty will reopen to the public after being closed for eight months due to major damage from 2012′s Hurricane Sandy. It’s fitting, of course, that Lady Liberty, with her distinctive light-green patina, will once again welcome — on Independence Day — countless pilgrims from America and around the globe eager to visit the 150-foot (300 feet from ground to torch) copper-clad emblem of freedom. After all, if one sight in all the world immediately signals “welcome,” it’s Lady Liberty standing tall above New York Harbor.

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