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                   Saturday, September 11, 2010 - 11:43AM

Ground Zero photos from 2001

By DAN ROBINSON
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On November 24, 2001, I was able to see the fresh aftermath of 9/11 during a brief stop in New York on the way to Boston.


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Dust from the World Trade Center collapse coats nearby buildings:

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Storms moved through after midnight tonight, with generally no photogenic qualities thanks to foggy conditions and infrequent, rain-embedded lightning. I was after a shot of lightning with an American flag for the date, but the storms were not cooperative. This was the only visible lightning channel on camera for the night.


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