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Description: This twilight scene shot from the boardwalk in Jersey City shows the new Freedom Tower (One World Trade Center) under construction on the left and the 9/11 Tribute Lights on the right.
Posted by jmcgeorges on November 24, 2011
Posted by chrislord on November 24, 2011
You're very kind Jerry, thank you.
Posted by uptonparkman on November 05, 2011
awesome capture Chris,god bless them all
Posted by chrislord on November 07, 2011
It took me nine years to finally do this shot but they are talking about not putting them up next year so I felt I had better do it and it was a great evening out with a NY photo group. Bless them all indeed, I just wish mankind would learn from these events but we just do it over and over again! Thanks Derek for the great comment, cheers.
Posted by andyda on October 02, 2011
Rays of hope!
Posted by chrislord on October 02, 2011
I would like to think of them that way indeed, thanks very much Andrey.
Posted by josiejackson on September 14, 2011
Lovely capture, well done :o)
Posted by chrislord on September 14, 2011
Thanks very much Josie, much appreciated. Cheers.
Posted by rodeorose on September 14, 2011
Wow Chris- many thanks for adding this amazing shot to BLUE !
Thank YOU for hosting it Rosie, The pleasure is all mine! Cheers.
Posted by swanthief on September 13, 2011
Again, lovely work and tribute. :-)
Posted by chrislord on September 13, 2011
I'm very happy that you liked both of them. Thanks so much for mentioning it, greatly appreciated Cathy, cheers.
Posted by lianne on September 12, 2011
This is ju8st beautiful Chris - and it was very moving to watch the ceremony.
I spent 8 hours out with a photo meetup group photographing the lights from Jersey City, then downtown Manhattan and finally at midnight Brooklyn! I didn't watch the TV part though. We did walk though Battery park late in the evening where they have planted a 6' flag for every person who died. This is an awesome display that covers acres of park and really drives home how very many died that day. Thanks very much for checking this shot out, greatly appreciate your feedback, cheers.