Month Three: November
|Race to Deliver, Central Park|
Everyone is talking about “the new normal.”
|Sanitation trucks in front of the Dakota|
A good example of the new normal is the fleet of trucks filled with sand, blocking all roads near the end of the New York Marathon.
This is probably the first time the finish line has included anti-suicide bomber measures.
|A better view|
Work continues around the clock, and streets open and close with the shifting orange and white barriers.
|Mask & coffee|
|Waiting in line for a view|
|The view from 71 Broadway|
|St. Paul’s Chapel|
At Ground Zero, the smoke has slowed, but has not stopped.
|Flag and facade|
I spend a few sunny minutes on the roof of 71 Broadway, just south of Trinity Church.
It’s a one-time event—the only person I know in the building is moving uptown to get away from the site.
|Numbers 4 and 6 WTC|
|Working on 4 WTC|
At night, the streets are sprayed with water to settle the dust.
|Women for Bloomberg|
By day, the city tries to go about its business.
|Line to see the Red Cross|
|No longer accurate|
|New lights at the NYSE|
|Your brave! Thank you!|
|United New York|
|United Las Vegas|
|Magnets at the dam gift shop|
And many of the same concerns.
|All the brothers|
|Fence outside the New York NY Casino|
|No trucks allowed on the Hoover Dam|