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walking in my father's shoes

walking in my father's shoes

I finally got around to scanning some photos I've had laying around a while. I noticed that sometimes a photograph will jump up at me not because of lighthing or color or shadows, but because of the story that the picture tells. This picture is of the top of my father's work boots when he came home from a day sifting through rubble at the WTC, searching for his friends. The boots were brand new and a light tan when he started out.

My father could never bring himself to go back after that day.


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