At the Freedom Tower

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Scene in New York

Danielle Krulik is a senior photography student at the Fashion Institute of Technology. In her work, she aims to capture authentic emotional and psychological experiences by exposing memories and hidden aspects of life. In her series “From the Freedom Tower,” Krulik documents people from all over Manhattan and the world who come to the former site of the Twin Towers every day. Nearly all sightseers photograph what the area has become, while Krulik chose to photography their expressions as they gaze up and recall what happened on that clear September morning nearly 16 years ago.

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