Imagine driving along a busy road and seeing this image: a pair of lady's legs, bound, and hoisted in the air. Yep, "Unconditional Surrender" is back along the bayfront! It's a statue created by J. Seward Johnson and modeled after Alfred Jorgensen's famous V-J Day photo of a sailor kissing a nurse in Times Square. These are the nurse's legs pointed skyward as the 9,000 pound, 25 foot tall statue was about to be lifted onto a permanent base next to Sarasota Bay near downtown. When it was temporarily taken down a few weeks ago for refurbishment, I posted a photo of the moving process here. And, this is what the statue looks like when it's standing properly.