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About the historic WTCsunsets photos

The WTCsunsets are the result of my having observed 4,000 sunsets from a storied National Registry building that towers over the East Village at Ninth Street and Avenue B. Most represent the only photo I composed on that particular night, and the collection was further winnowed by a suspicious turn-of-the-century warehouse fire.

The portfolio was kept private until 2006 out of sensitivity to the victims of 9/11. To enhance their appreciation potential, each of the 16 photos has been limited to a mere 5 signed and numbered prints.

Now that the 20th anniversary of 9/11 is approaching, they may finally recieve major media coverage this year.

Shown below is WTCsunsets #4, aka Faces in the Cloud This may become the most well-known WTC because, when one looks at the nostrils and mouth of of the dark-winged angel hovering overhead, one can imagine a White-Haired, White-Bearded Father Time there.

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