Wednesday, September 10, 2008


13 comments:

solace223 said...

Great 9/11 picture.  It's nice to see that instead of the destruction that is typical.
Jamie

gen0507 said...

What a beautiful reminder!!!

Hollie

geocachelinda66 said...

Yes, that doesn't need words.  

rdautumnsage said...

Beautiful, just the way it was! (Hugs)Indigo

wwfbison said...

Nice reminder ~ it is still mind boggling to me that actually happened.
Lisa

frankandmary said...

This day is always a reminder to me to help those I can now, because you never know when you will no longer have the chance. ~Mary

slapinions said...

It looked stunning at night. In retrospect you know an odd thing? Not being a New Yorker, the only (slight) knowledge of the WTC's existence was from the '93 attack and if I'd thought about it, Jessica Lange's King Kong.

I always found it odd that terrorists were so obsessed with an office building with little or no meaning for 99% of America, and ironic that their actions made the WTC the very symbolic center of the US they imagined it to be.

Dan

jjdolfin9 said...

I love what Dan said (ahead of me).  I feel exactly the same way.  Very beautiful picture.
Hugs, Joyce

shrbrisc said...

My tears fell like rain that day and I still don't feel safe
hugs
Sherry

lisawesmalayna said...

I remember that day like it was yesterday. It may have been one of the saddest days in our country's history, but when I put aside all the hate from society that I witnessed it was nice to see people coming together. When I say together, I mean humanity working as one that day. From every small town, to every big city around the world. Just from my own first hand accounts here im Sprinfield, Illinois, I remember the tears, and the unity. I saw more pay it fowards that week, than I have in my whole life. The real tradedy is that it shouldn't take terrorist for us to love each other, or to work together for a greater change. With that being said, I wish it didn't happen, but I choose to look at the positive side on every day in our lives. So, in the words of Charles Dickens "God bless us, everyone".

Thank you,

wes

bojgill4375 said...

Thank you for sharing. Have a wonderful weekend. Janie

preciousone25 said...

Awesome pic!!!

Joann

eml625 said...

You said what I didnt (in picture)
Thank you
Ellen