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James Nachtwey’s September 2001 Photographs: The South Tower collapsing behind the Cross atop the Church of Saint Peter on Church Street and Barclay.

“The firemen could only put one foot in front of the other and try not to give in to despair.”

Revisiting 9/11: Unpublished Photos by James Nachtwey

James Nachtwey happened to be in New York the morning of 9/11 and made his way to Ground Zero. Ten years ago, TIME published Nachtwey's…

Revisiting 9/11: Unpublished Photos by James Nachtwey

lookhigh: “ Twin Towers, While revisiting his archive of Sept. 11 photos, James Nachtwey came across a photograph he made in when he was teaching himself photography, that eerily.

“A group of firemen had raised a flag in the midst of the ruins. It was an expression of defiance, of being unbowed, a tribute to their fallen comrades.”

Revisiting 9/11: Unpublished Photos by James Nachtwey

“A group of firemen had raised a flag in the midst of the ruins. It was an expression of defiance, of being unbowed, a tribute to their fallen comrades. James Nachtwey’s Photographs

“The unbelievable had happened, and any effort seemed futile compared the magnitude of the event. I’m not sure there was even a place to attach their fire hoses.”

Revisiting 9/11: Unpublished Photos by James Nachtwey

“The unbelievable had happened, and any effort seemed futile compared the magnitude of the event. I’m not sure there was even a place to attach their fire hoses.

"James Nachtwey’s photograph here of one tiny New York City fireman making his way through the inferno that was once the World Trade Center towers is forever seared into my memory from the darkest day in American history, 9/11/2001." - MaryAnne Golon, photo editor and media consultant; former Director of Photography of TIME (118)

9/11: The Photographs That Moved Them Most

James Nachtwey for TIME MaryAnne Golon, photo editor and media consultant; former Director of Photography of TIME "James Nachtwey’s phot.

11 Septembre 2001 - James Natcheway

11 Septembre 2001 - James Natcheway

“Thousands of people had died, but they weren’t visible. The horrible fact sank in that everyone who’d been inside was buried beneath thousands of tons of steel and concrete. An unspoken understanding hung in the air – it was already too late.

James Natchwey - Untouchables working in a brick factory, India, 1993

James Nachtwey - India, 1993 - Untouchables working in a brick factory.

Vietnam Agent Orange Campaign

Nguyen Thi Hue, who is blind, with her mother. View Nachtwey& photo essay on Agent Orange., Photograph by James Nachtwey.

http://www.boumbang.com/james-nachtwey/ James Nachtwey,  Bosnia

James Nachtwey

James Nachtwey-war photography James Nachtwey is an American photojournalist and war photographer.

Muslim men pray upon reaching the beach in Lesbos, Greece, Sept. 25, 2015.

James Nachtwey: The Journey of Hope

James Nachtwey: The Journey of Hope. Image 2 of Muslim men pray upon reaching the beach in Lesbos, Greece, Sept. Photograph by James Nachtwey for See more images on.

9/11 - World Trade Center Terrorism - New York Disaster. Rescue workers carry Fire Department Chaplin Father Mychal Judge's body from the rubble.  Father Judge was killed by falling debris. They took him to nearby St. Peter's Catholic Church, & laid him near the alter, before returning to help others.

Sept. 11, 2001 - Photo Essays

James Nachtwey’s September 2001 Photographs: “So many firefighters died that day. I think this picture recognizes their loss, and honors it. Their sacrifice was monumental. It will forever be remembered.

James Nachtwey’s 9/11 Photographs - LightBox

Revisiting 9/11: Unpublished Photos by James Nachtwey

Revisiting 9/11: Unpublished Photos by James Nachtwey

“Through the years my work has been fueled by anger at injustices and atrocities, but always in another country. Now it had happened in my own country, my own city, my own backyard, and the sense of anger had an edge that was even more personal.

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