The pictures on this page were not taken by Pat. They were provided
either through email or Internet sources. Each has it's own story. And
each deserves clicking on the small picture to see it full size. Click the
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picture was taken by a lady returning on a cruise this past summer (July 28,
2001). It is a sunrise over lower Manhattan.|
Writes: "As I watched the beautiful skyline of New York City
float past me, I noticed the sun was about to line up just behind the twin
towers. I was lucky enough to snap the picture at exactly the right moment.
If you look at the sun rays it is almost prophetic... a little spooky. When
I show this picture to anyone they almost always ask for a copy. I just want
to share it with all who want it. Please take this picture and share it with
anyone and everyone who likes it. I've been printing them like crazy on my
home computer to give to those that want a copy."
|This is one of those truly outstanding pictures. The color is
incredible, the scene is intense, fear of the danger is present, and the
scene is definitely "one of a kind." Interestingly enough,
the person who took this picture was a fire behavior analyst from Fairbanks,
Alaska. It was taken by John McColgan with a digital camera while
working. Remember his name -- for that is all the recognition he
will get. Since working when he took it, he cannot sell or profit from it.|
|Here is another awesome picture -- obviously taken at the right time
and right place. Tis beauty from the World Trade Center.|
This is one of those once in a million shots.
A Smile from God!