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Sanctuary at Ground Zero



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A Nation’s Support
Photograph by Brian Strauss

A flag made from cutout of children’s handprints is just one of several banners (click left) that splashed St. Paul’s balconies with color and greeted workers entering the chapel during its 260-day ministry. “I think what kept me and my men safe on the job was the support we felt from the letters and notes sent to us from the children in the classrooms,” says Joseph Bradley, a relief operator at ground zero whose first stop every day was St. Paul’s.

Photo Fast Facts

Camera: Digital Nikon COOLPIX 950
Card Type: MicroTech Compact Flash
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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