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Sanctuary at Ground Zero

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To St. Paul’s, With Love
Photograph by Brian Strauss

Cards and banners (click left, right) from well-wishers around the world blanketed almost every available surface at St. Paul’s during its nine-month ministry to ground zero workers. “For awhile, UPS was bringing us truckloads of letters and 18-wheelers were pulling up, ready to be unloaded,” says Katherine Avery, who volunteered at the chapel. Although the artwork went into storage when St. Paul’s ended its relief ministry in May, plans are in place to display some of them for the World Trade Center attack’s one-year anniversary.

Photo Fast Facts

Camera: Digital Nikon COOLPIX 950
Film Type:N/A
Lens: Fisheye lens
Speed and F-Stop: 1/12 @ f/2.6
Weather Conditions: Indoors
Time of Day: N/A
Lighting Techniques: Available light
Special Equipment: I put my camera on an iPIX mount and took two opposing photos. Then I stitched them together in iPIX Builder.

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