10+ Rare Photos Of 9/11 You Probably Haven’t Seen Before
Sixteen years have passed since the devastating attacks of September 11 also known as 9/11. The coverage of the tragedy, which killed some 3,000 people, was the top priority on that day for most Western news agencies (viewers saw an estimated two billion people, a third of humans). As a result, with amateur records, an incredible amount of footage, some rarely seen until today.
The zeefacts collection has some of the 9/11 images less Internet views. From the takings of the towers in the streets to the satellite images of New York City, these memorable images reveal new angles of the apocalyptic day that changed the world forever. For more similar photos from September 11, check out this powerful book by David’s friend.
As Seen Through A Fish-Eye Lens From An Apartment Four Blocks Away, Smoke Streams From The North Tower Within Minutes Of The First Plane’s Attack 9/11
A Knot Of Bystanders At the scenario And Beekman Street Look Up As The South Tower Begins To Collapse and fall down in pieces
At Rector Street And Broadway, A Photographer Leaned Out His Window With A Medium-format Camera And Caught The Moment Before The Second Plane’s Impact
People Falling From The Towers
People Run Down Broadway As A Smoke And Dust Cloud emerges from The Street From The falling World Trade Center Buildings situated New York
A Man Has A Job To Do
American Airlines Flight 11 (Visible In The Upper Right-Hand Corner Of The Photo) Approaches The North Tower Of The World Trade Center On September 11, 2001
American Flight 11 (visible in the upper right corner of the image) approaches the North Tower of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. This unknown trio (followed by images), taken from the Brooklyn window, part of a On-line art exhibition that shows updated panoramas of down town Manhattan every four seconds. The weather icon can be seen in the lower right corner of each window.