We were in Philadelphia Pennsylvania that day, but not long after we happen to be in New York and I snapped this shot of the cross in the steel beams still standing at ground zero. At this point they had the streets cleared and fabric fencing around almost everything, but through a few holes in the fence you could just make out this cross. It was a sight no one could forget.
We haven’t been back since, but someday we will go back to visit the memorial. Each year the anniversary comes and the world still continues to change, sometimes in such dramatic fashion, but September 11th always seems to be such a surreal day.
This week Auburn seemed to be lucky to squeak out a win over an unranked 1-2 Tennessee team, but a win is a win, and 14-12 is a win. The remaining games are not going to get much easier, and next week what would seem like an easy game now seems to be a tough conference game against an undefeated Vanderbilt team. This week the game was played at 2:30 on CBS and was sunny and hot, but still made for a few good photo opportunities. Below are some of my favorite from the game. The first shot above is a hand off to Ben Tate (#44).
If you have photos from the game I would love to see them… please post a comment below so we can take a look. Hopefully there won’t be to many more really hot, full sun, games left, it should cool off down here sooner or later. See you here next week for Vanderbilt.