Digital Pictures of New York in an eBook

In response to the September 11 tragedy, I wanted to DO SOMETHING. So I created an electronic book of digital photographs I'd taken days after the attacks, along with thoughts and clippings I'd collected. I wanted to share these with anyone who might be interested in seeing New York City outside of "Ground Zero."

In order to view the document, make sure you have Adobe Acrobat Reader, a FREE utility available from the Adobe Web Site. If you're not sure whether you have it, or if you'd like to download the latest version, click on the "Get Acrobat Reader" button below. A new window will open and you will see instructions on how download the version of Adobe Reader appropriate for your computer. Install Acrobat Reader. Then come back here. (If you know you have Acrobat Reader 4, 5 or 6, you can skip to the next step).

Next, click the "Download eBook" link below. Please note that the file is approximately 3 MB, so it could take a while, depending on your internet connection. A new window will open displaying the eBook. You can view it in your browser or save the file to your hard drive to view out of Acrobat any time you like. Just click the in your browser window when the file is finished downloading. You will not be able to print the book. But if you like it and want a printable copy, you may contact us for more information.

I hope you enjoy the book. It's a labor of love.

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