One of the things we noticed in San Diego was the ample amount of public art around the city: statues, installations, paintings, multimedia work ... once I started looking for it, it always seemed to be there. I've already noted the moving tribute to Bob Hope and his volunteer work for the U.S. armed forces, which is near one of the most interesting statues in the city: a recreation of the famous VJ Day in Times Square photograph. (Martha and I copied or at least imitated that pose for Nick right here.)
This is one of the statues built along the waterfront. If you look carefully, you can see Nick through it, having a close look at how it was erected.