Friday, September 15, 2006

GlassRace and sloth visited Ground Zero on the fifth anniversary of 9/11. Here are some of the photos we made.

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GlassRace is a founder and administrator of The American Town Hall Political Research Forum.
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We arrived very early on the morning of the 11th and got some beautiful pictures of the area around Ground Zero.

This is the new World Trade Center 7 building:

Looking west from Vesey Street:

Looking across Ground Zero from the west:

Another shot of WTC 7:

The ceremony honoring the events of 9/11 began around 8:00.

some of the extensive media presence there:

The stage from which the names of the victims were read:

This firehouse bell was rung after the reading of each name. Volunteers lined up for the opportunity to ring the bell:

We noticed this policeman several times photographing almost everyone wearing a black t-shirt - the unofficial 'dress code' for the 9/11 truth protest planned for this morning. After he took my picture for the third time, I decided to take his as well:

The crowd begins to gather. The producers of the film Loose Change were the ostensible organizers of the gathering. They handed out t-shirts, banners, and thousands of DVDs:

Later in the morning, folks gathered for a silent march down Church Street. Here's part of the line that ended up stretching several blocks:

sloth (left) and GlassRace:

Outside the WTC subway station:

This staircase is the last surviving above-ground remnant of the WTC as has been added to the list of endangered historic places by the National Trust for Historic Preservation:

The cross made from WTC steel as seen from inside the WTC transit station:


Blogger RS said...

Keep the faith, brother.
Have a look
Right here!
Rui Semblano
Porto - Portugal

7:56 AM  
Blogger sloth said...

thanks for the link.... nice looking blog - wish I knew Portuguese!

7:07 PM  
Blogger RS said...

You can always go Babelfish but it's too innacurate. It'll give you an idea, though.

All the best,

7:20 PM  

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