Guess he really likes the splatter on his truck, whether it’s mud or ice cream.
This is just one of hundreds of small replicas of The Statue of Liberty that have been created worldwide. You can find them in France, Austria, Germany, Norway, Spain, Kosovo, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Malaysia, China, Israel, Japan, Philippines, Taiwan, Vietnam, Australia, Mexico, US, Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador and Peru.
This one is in the US. It is A 25-foot-tall (7.6 m) and sits on the ruins of the late Marysville Bridge in the Dauphin Narrows of Susquehanna River north of Harrisburg. It was built by a local activist on July 2, 1986.
This guy apparently got his heart broken by the girl whose face he had tattooed on his arm. But instead of removing it, he chose to make a statement and turn the initial tattoo of a face into a shrouded skull, probably meaning that now she’s dead to him.
Anyway, folks, just a note of warning: no matter how much you love someone, don’t tattoo their face, name or whatever on your body. Ever.
In this first picture (1987), heart surgeon Dr. Zbigniew Religa keeps watch on a monitor tracking the vital signs of a heart-transplant patient. One of Religa’s colleagues who helped him perform two transplants in an all-night session rests in the corner. In 1987 James Stanfield’s photo of Zbigniew Religa was proclaimed a photo of the year in National Geographic.