Monday, September 10, 2007
a September 11th photo journal from ground zero
I live in Tribeca, just north of the World Trade Center site, about four blocks away from ground zero. Each year since that terrible day, I've made it a point to visit ground zero to pay my respects to those who were lost there. For the past five of those years, I've carried a camera and documented a slice of time from each September 11th which I'm presenting here as a photo journal hosted on Flickr. The journal goes from last year, backward chronologically, and is a personal project. These are snapshots of the street life; people, artifacts and art, which caught my attention at the site. Ground zero has become a magnet for all sorts of people and agendas each September 11th. I could go on, but a picture is worth a thousand words. Chances are I'll make it down this year as well and have something new to share later this week.
see photos: A September 11th Photo Journal