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September 13, 2001 12:06 AM   Subscribe

extremely good photographs non graphic, but so excellant in showing many facets of this disaster.
posted by JackthaStripper (12 comments total)

 
These are far and away the best pictures I've seen. Thanks for the post.
posted by precipice at 12:12 AM on September 13, 2001


amazing...very good pictures..this guy must have risked more than his equipment for these shots.....
posted by studiovector at 12:23 AM on September 13, 2001


Thanks for the post, Jack. Great photos, although the one with the church cross in the foreground and the "flag through the window" shot are a bit over-the-top for my taste.
posted by Bixby23 at 12:31 AM on September 13, 2001


I wish I knew what equipment and film he used there....
posted by gluechunk at 12:35 AM on September 13, 2001


Check out the other photo-essays at time.com too, I have had a good look at them today.

It's scary, some of them are so good you can't believe it is real, it just looks so much like a movie set.
posted by sycophant at 1:10 AM on September 13, 2001


Does anybody else find it in bad taste that Time is running a banner ad on its site for the Time Life commemorative-edition Pearl Harbor book right now? I can't link to it because it's apparently a run-of-site ad that only pops up occasionally, but I saw it on one of the WTC photo gallery pages and it left a bad taste in my mouth.
posted by damn yankee at 1:28 AM on September 13, 2001


Amazing.
posted by mis at 1:32 AM on September 13, 2001


Writing from Italy and I have so far only seen TV pictures. These are the best photographs I have seen. Thay manage to capture a hell of a lot in terms of what happened
posted by nickwils at 5:09 AM on September 13, 2001


Stunning photos. These pictures convey so much more to me than large scale TV pics of the WTC being destroyed. They are human, clear and grounded.

However, I really don't like the clumsy juxtapostion of the cross. Tuesday's attack was not (just) on Christianity, and its dangerously simplistic to encourage such a viewpoint.
posted by Anchovy at 6:36 AM on September 13, 2001


there's also a nice series here at msnbc.com with soundbites. (click on slide show, on the right hand side)
posted by astirling at 7:01 AM on September 13, 2001


The photos should speak for themselves. The big repeating caption 'SHATTERED' and the reminder that the photographer is 'award-winning' and that the photos are 'remarkable' is tastless. It reminds me of some bad hyperstylized college photo essay that says more about the photographer than the subject. I don't mean to sound bitter, but to me the juxptaposed cross photo looked remarkably like a cheap reach at irony in some coffee table book.
posted by oletoke at 8:04 AM on September 13, 2001


Some great pics here too
posted by MintSauce at 8:44 AM on September 13, 2001


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