By yi-ching lin
Tags: American Merchant Mariners’ Memorial, battery park, boat, death, dying, history, hudson river, loss, manhattan, Marisol Escobar, memorial, merchant mariners, nazi, nazis, new york city, park, photograph, representation, sad, sculpture, tragedy, waters, world war ii.
Category: art, city, nature, nyc, photo challenges, photography, poetry, portrait, postaweek2012, street photography, structure, weekly photo challenge, writing
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on the scale of zero
to infinity, we are all in
is the scale to
which you or i
save one another
from each other
“from each other” –now that strikes me as more than a tad “dark”.
Hello. This image seems very different from your usual eye choices. It’s got a story built into it with curiosity from the photo. Nice shot too.
yes, here’s the story of the American Merchant Mariners’ Memorial: http://www.nycgovparks.org/parks/batterypark/highlights/9745
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I never knew this was there! Love it!
i didn’t either – there are several surprising memorials you can find in Battery Park.