Tuesday, September 11, 2012

The National September 11 Memorial at dusk

A 360 degree panoramic image of the National September 11 Memorial. ( John Makely and Jonathan Sanger / NBC News )(9/10/12)
A 180 degree composite panoramic image taken from the 69th floor of One World Trade Center the week that it rose above the Empire State building to the north.(4/11/12)

After years of construction work the site has been transformed to honor the victims of the 2001 attacks. This panorama image is comprised of over 60 images, taken on August 30,  that were stitched together with software. To navigate use the tools at the lower left of the image to pan and zoom.(9/11/11)

John Makely / NBC News
The names displayed at the memorial are grouped by attack at The National September 11 Memorial in New York.
By John Makely / NBC News - As night falls, the National September 11 Memorial takes on a whole different feeling. Crowds become sparse, construction ceases and the traffic of lower Manhattan seems to fade away. You are left with the sounds of cascading water and the rustling of trees.  There is no better place to reflect on what happened on September 11, 2001, and the lives that were lost.

John Makely / NBC News
A couple pauses for a moment near the the south reflecting pool at the National September 11 Memorial in New York.

John Makely / NBC News
In the evening the names of those who died in the attacks are illuminated.

Jonathan Sanger / NBC News
Water cascades into the south reflecting pool.

John Makely / NBC News
The tridents, two relics of the destroyed towers, are seen through the glass enclosure that will be the entrance to the National September 11 Museum once it opens.

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