Camera: GT-I9300 ISO: 75 Shutter: 1/94 Aperture: F/2.5 Focal length: 3.7 Taken: June 2, 2018 23:07 UTC
Erected in 1991, this sculpture was meant as a Korean War Veterans Memorial, although it's labeled "The Universal Soldier" (and has nothing to do with the 1992 Jean-Claude Van Damme movie of the same name). It's a 15-foot-high black granite obelisk with a Goliath-size G.I. carved cookie cutter-style out of its center. Perhaps it was meant to convey the invisibility of the soldiers of that overlooked war, or maybe the artist just wanted to make something interesting to not look at. It's too high off the ground for any face-the-hole photo antics.