9/11/2016, New York City, World Trade Center

September 11th, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized

What can I say, I’m alway curious about people on the fringe. These first two shots are of some truthers. They were very small in number this year.

9/11/2016 New York City, World Trade Center

This woman seems to be a different kind of truther. Her questions are reasonable, although I don’t agree with her about where the money should go.

9/11/2016 New York City, World Trade Center

This is the graveyard at St. Paul’s Chapel (where I volunteered during the recovery effort). People tied white ribbons all over the place. This is in front of the grave of two children who died in the 18th century. One lived a mere 15 days, the other two years and nine months.

9/11/2016 New York City, World Trade Center

One World Trade Center. I know not everyone loves it, I think it’s beautiful.

9/11/2016 New York City, World Trade Center

A marine getting ready for a performance. DAMNIT. Damnit, damnit, damnit. I completely forgot that musicians perform all day at Trinity. I’ll bet that’s what he was getting ready for. I would have loved to sit and listen to music. Ugh. I’m an idiot without a working brain.

9/11/2016 New York City, World Trade Center

I wish I could have captured how many motorcycles went by. They went on for miles and miles and miles. It was an impressive turnout.

9/11/2016 New York City, World Trade Center

A close-up of a few of the motorcyclists.

9/11/2016 New York City, World Trade Center

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  1. 3 Responses to “9/11/2016, New York City, World Trade Center”

  2. By christine on Sep 12, 2016

    You know I’m not a “truther” (I had forgotten that term), but where do you think the money should go? Should people be charged to go into the “museum”?

  3. By christine on Sep 12, 2016

    Stunning photos! Thank you!

  4. By Stacy Horn on Sep 12, 2016

    Thank you.

    I actually don’t think we even need a 9/11 museum personally, but if you’re going to have one, it should tell the whole story. It should tell everything that happened, who was involved, all we know essentially, and that should be added to over time as we learn more. It should support 9/11 scholarship and research. People should be able to go there to find answers to all their questions about 9/11.

    I am not familiar enough with the museum to know that they aren’t already doing this, but if they are not I think they should.

    If you’re going to have a museum, money is needed to support and maintain the museum, so that’s where I think the money should go. There are other resources for recovery workers. I use one of them myself. I get medical services from Mt. Sinai, for instance.

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