This is another photo by Ron Agam, the renowned fine art photographer who turned to documentary for the day on 9/11. Speaking to The Algemeiner, Agam, a French-Israeli, said, “The emotion that really overtook me was awe at the firefighters and policemen going into the buildings, knowing they were not likely to come out alive.”
At the time, video artist Wolfgang Staehle had a project underway that involved taking shots of the Manhattan skyline from a Brooklyn window. Photographs were taken at four-second intervals. Now look carefully at the top righthand corner of the first frame and you’ll see hijacked American Airlines Flight 11 speeding towards the South Tower.