Photographer's Note

Today I begin a small series of photos done in the observatory of the South Tower of the World Trade Center, 23 months before the terrorist attempts that destroyed them.
I them want to share in TE as honoring to those that lost the life there, so much civil as firemen, policemen and other rescuers.
They are a few photos unfortunately unrepeatable, that besides have good memories for me. They are a few sights from the high thing that great people could not have enjoyed.
This one fits at sight towards the southeast, and it is possible to estimate from left side to right, the bridge of Verrazzano Narrows, Staten Island, and the statue of Liberty, with the whole bay of the Hudson.
It is a shame that we were doing these photos with a camera with system APS, since it does not have the quality of optical that serious advisable, and besides, are scanned, for what the quality and the noise I could not have improved them. I share them for what they are, not for his quality.
Tomorrow I will put other one.

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