that looks very interesting, it looks like symbolizing strength.
I thought my family was the only ones where the big toe is not the longest toe.
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I'm wondering if that's the same model of the foot we saw in the base when I was growing up? There have been several complete overhauls of the statue and the base since then.
Not sure how big it is but it sure looks big!
How painful and tired it is to have standing for so many years.
Betchai: With it being so big, I guess it does symbolize strength. Where Lady Liberty's feet is actually situated on the pedestal, I don't think anyone notices her feet. This model gives us a good view.Yogi: My 2nd toe is longer than my big toe too. HeeHee!LaLicenciada: Everything about her is big. I'm glad she doesn't need a change of clothing.Catsynth: I don't know if that is the same foot model you saw. But, since it is not exposed to the elements, in most likelihood, it could be.RoseBelle: Wished I had another object there so you could make a comparison, but take my word for it, it is BIG.Rainfield61: You're right, no sitting for this tired foot.
@ rainfield, you are hilarious.From the look of the sign on the door, I think you have found big foot. Seriously though, it is huge. What a cool shot, though.
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