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|Since it is now officially the fall season, I'm sure most area pools are closing for the year. This pool is located on top of the 28-story EnV residential high-rise - as in the envy of Chicago - located in the River North neighborhood. Views of the Loop, River North, Chicago River, and Wacker Drive can be seen here. A friend of mine lives in the building and I was able to photograph a series of images from the rooftop a few weeks back. You can see the rest of the images in a portfolio on my website.|
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Sunday, September 11, 2011
|Steel Symbols, Ground Zero, July 2010|
|New York Crane, Ground Zero, July 2010|
|Progress, Ground Zero, July 2010|
|Reconstruction, One World Trade Center - Freedom Tower, August 2011|
|Through a Second Story Window, Ground Zero, August 2011|
On September 11, 2001 I was a 21 year old college student living in my hometown of Fort Wayne, Indiana.
I woke up to a phone call from a friend of mine a little after 9:30a. He told me two planes hit the Twin Towers in New York. A few weeks earlier myself and two buddies of mine moved in to house that we were renting for a year. The cable had not been hooked up yet and the regular network stations on the TV had horrible reception. Luckily I had a radio on my CD player, so I immediately turned it on.
I learned of the events of 9/11, as most Americans learned of the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 – listening to the radio. I remember being extremely moved by the voice and words of Peter Jennings as he was reporting the events live. I also remember experiencing feelings and emotions that I had never felt prior to that day. I think it was the feeling of uncertainty that I felt on that day that still resonates with me.
To view some extraordinary images from September 11th and the days that followed, please visit the websites of Photojournalist Peter Turnley and FEMA Photographer Andrea Booher.