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A Tribute to Ground Zero in Photographs



chambers street subway

helmet with labels

Labels identify unions, commemorate WTC events and display opinions...


ground zero sign

I encounter so many labels, so many messages, so many beliefs...


ground zero cross

My camera captures this construction worker's point of view...


911 photo collections

The body language of these men reflects a new calm that
replaces the former chaos ...


construction workers

I'm glad I've made a return visit. This scene of WTC workers chatting in the sunshine is the new hope filled image of 9/11 that I can now carry with me.
My heart feels lighter.

As of March 2011, One World Trade Center is at 58 stories with glass on the 30th floor, Tower Four is up around 20 stories.The World Trade Center Transportation Hub's PATH hall is nearly complete, and the National September 11 Memorial & Museum is on track to open the plaza on the tenth anniversary of the attacks, on September 11, 2011. World Trade Center Tower Three and Two's foundations are becoming visible, and Tower Three will be completed in mid 2014 if requirements set by the Port Authority can be met. Tower Two will rise only to street level, and the actual Skyscraper will be completed when the economy improves. However construction probably will be complete on Tower Two by 2020, given that numerous American and Chinese companies are 'very interested' in leasing space at the WTC. Publishing Giant Conde Nast has agreed to move its headquarters to One World Trade Center, and with this shift many more are expected to follow.( Source of all WTC stats: Wikipedia)

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