One photo for remembering 9/11

11 Sep 2012 admin In G+ Posts Tags: , ,

I have no idea who took this.. it is just one massive image that I have kept for years… A totally different perspective on the incident.. 14mb Image uploaded – Hopefully the insane details will com over on G+ – if not just download it..

#911 #9/11 #worldtradecenter  #9.11 World Trade Center Aerial View

To all those that continue to struggle, mourn and deal with this – We will never forget…

If photos like this do not make the What's Hot page and it is just filled with BS – I will have finally lost all faith in truly what should be Hot….

Comments: 9

  1. Noah Katz 11 Sep 2012 Reply

    Incredible view point.

  2. Cameron Siguenza 11 Sep 2012 Reply

    I have this same image framed and mounted in my office – it was taken by the US Army I believe. Never forget.

  3. David Rowan 11 Sep 2012 Reply

    Best image I have seen for understanding the scale of the event.

  4. Cameron Siguenza 11 Sep 2012 Reply

    Actually it was NOAA who made the photo – link to a 55MB version on this page.,_September_23,_2001_(NOAA_LOC)_(2076394634).jpg

  5. Brent Burzycki 11 Sep 2012 Reply

    +Cameron Siguenza Great thanks…

    On accompaning NOAA exhibit identification sign: Aerial photograph of the World Trade Center, taken by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on September 23, 2001, from an altitude of 3,300 feet, showing the devastation and the ongoing recovery effort.

    Vertical col. glossy photograph from aircraft graduating to oblique in all directions.

    Also covers surrounding undamaged districts.
    Title from accompanying exhibit identification sign.

    Oriented with north toward the upper right.

    Printed on: Kodak Professional paper.

    Includes alphanumeric technical photographic data in lower margin.

    In right margin in red box: WILD 16/4 UAGA-f, Nr 13164 153,28.

    Scale [ca. 1:1,500 at center].

  6. Jeffrey Ornstein 11 Sep 2012 Reply

    I just posted some pics of what is under construction at this site right now – specifically the PATH transit hub. The new WTC building is really quite a sight to see. Thanks for posting this pic.

  7. Brent Burzycki 12 Sep 2012 Reply

    +Jeffrey Ornstein Post up a link to your post here….

  8. Jeffrey Ornstein 12 Sep 2012 Reply

    Hi, I'm not sure how to post a link to my post, but here's a link to my picasa album of these photos. Thank you, Brent!!
    PathStationConstructionAtGroundZero91112 | 117475547927579786456

  9. Brent Burzycki 12 Sep 2012 Reply

    Here you go:

    You can always get to links if you click on the Time next to your name on the post… that will get you to the post itself and you can copy and paste from there….

    +Jeffrey Ornstein 

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