Sunday, September 11, 2005

This photo was taken in New York shortly after the events on September 11th, 2001. It needs no caption, and I don't know who the photographer is, but if someone does, I would like to credit them here. I remembered it from the exhibit Here is New York, a collection of amateur photos taken on September 11th. I hope the photographer doesn't mind me using their image that illustrates so poignantly and personally, the tragedy of that day on its fourth year anniversary.

I've also decided to include my past posts about September 11th and its impact on me, one person in a sea of millions who cried out in unison on that terrible day.

December 12th, 2004 My Visit to Ground Zero

September 11th, 2004 America, Interrupted.

September 11th, 2002 One Year Later.

September 8th, 2002 Them.

July 4th, 2002 Independence Day.

May 1st, 2002 An Unwelcome Companion.

April 1st, 2002 A Fireman's Daughter's Tales From Ground Zero.

March 11th, 2002 From Letters to Rob. Six Months Later.

November 11th, 2001. From Letters to Rob. Refuge at The West Wing

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