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i like pepsi better than coke is that weird

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epenthesize said: well that was the most terrifying exchange i have ever read

tweenyears said: how could you believe in god who do u think u R srsly

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mockinggrass:

Photo: AP Photo/Richard Drew

‘Falling Man’

In a scene repeated with terrifying frequency as flames engulfed the top of the towers, a man falls (or leaps, as was evidently the case with many victims) to his death from the World Trade Center. On the morning of September 11 photographer Richard Drew, in the midst of another assignment, got the call to drop everything and head to the World Trade Center. As soon as he arrived downtown he began shooting; later in the day, as as he processed what he had shot, he was especially struck by this photo — and with reason. One of the most recognizable pictures made on 9/11, the image from a purely photographic perspective is breathtaking: the miniscule human form caught against the massive, abstract background of the towers is so obviously helpless, and doomed, that we’re tempted to reach out our hands to try and cradle the tiny anonymous figure. And while Drew himself refuses to conjecture about the man’s identity (“I prefer to think of him as a sort of Unknown Soldier,” he told LIFE.com), it’s impossible not to put ourselves in the falling man’s place — with all the dread and empathy that that sort of transference commands.

—LIFE

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