Tuesday, December 21, 2010

APOGEE PHOTO MAGAZINE: The Tomori Lion by Keith Graff & Michael Lynch

Its image has graced both the pages and cover of several books about the “Battle of Okinawa.” One famous picture from the period shows only the solitary stone statue perched on a knoll that is completely barren of vegetation. Another picture shows U.S. military personnel hunkered down beside it to avoid enemy snipers on the next ridge.

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