Among our other talents and avocations, photography has always been our passion. We began taking photos at age 10, when my aunt gave me a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye for my birthday. I was soon developing, printing and enlarging my work and the rest was, as they say, history.
I quickly became a serious photographer and have thousands of images I will eventually share on this website.
In 1969 I joined FDNY and worked for the NY Fire Department for more than 20 years, retiring in June 1990, long before Muslims dealt the FDNY a tragic blow (the loss of 343 members) — and yet I still lost nearly two dozen friends on that tragic day.
We will bring you many other images of 9/11, but today I’d like to share a select group that most people probably have not seen.
DISCLAIMER: These photos are not ours, and we are sharing them under “Fair Use” copyright law as can be read in our “ABOUT” page on the menu atop our home page.
The best way to view the images is to CLICK ON THE ‘MAGNIFYING GLASS’ in the lower right hand corner of the image box. That will create a “lightbox” (a full size window) for viewing, also allowing you to PAUSE the images. If you roll the mouse atop any image in the lightbox window, you’ll be able to manually advance or go back one image at a time.