“On that terrible day, a nation became a neighborhood. All Americans became New Yorkers”. ~ George Pataki
All day on 9/11/01 my cell phone served as a lifeline to so many in NYC delivering news to loved ones when all the lines of communication were difficult to get through. My Verizon service was there for us because #BetterMatters!
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Reflections from the 911 Memorial Site
The names of the 911 Fallen Heroes inscribed around the twin memorial pools
Each morning the 911 Memorial commemorates the birthdays of victims of the 2001 and 1993 attacks.
Please REMEMBER when VISITING The 911 Memorial that it is a place of Respect and Quiet Reflection.
The FDNY 911 Memorial Wall, a 56 foot bronze base-relief Sculpture. Located at FDNY Engine 10.
A 9/11 piece of salvaged steel restoring the vanished Twin Towers in imaginary NYC skyline.
A 9/11 Memorial Thank You For Visiting and an Invitation to Share Your Experience on Social Media. #911MEMORIAL
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All images shot by Katie Shea Design with a Samsung Galaxy Camera using the 21x optical zoom for many shots.