For Those We Loved…

For those we loved,

those we lost,

and those we never had a chance to know.

Tokyo (L) and London (R).

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In Paris.

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The Philippines.

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In Beverly Hills.

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And in Arizona.



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And Los Angeles.

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Tampa Bay.

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In Miami.

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And Kansas City.

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In Boston.

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In New Jersey.

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New York.

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Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

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Washington, D.C.

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9 responses to “For Those We Loved…

  1. and remembering that as we cried, for a while most of the world cried with us and said we are all Americans

  2. Thank you for your lovely photographic tribute. In honor of my best friend who I lost on September 11, 2011, I’ve shamelessly snagged your “Reflect” image and posted it on BHB.
    Sending you and your family my love on this day of remembrance.

  3. MarieP

    Best, very best post I’ve seen today. Just perfect. Thank you.

  4. This was an act against the world, to create change it should be through encouragement, not violence, no matter the cause.

  5. Anonymous

    Thanks Princess for a great post today on a sad subject.

  6. Preppy 101

    Wonderful tribute Princess. The event that broke the world’s heart . . . I shared your Reflection picture on my FB wall. XOXO

  7. Wow these pictures are very powerful. Seeing the human emotion at its most raw is always moving and humbling. This is a day that will never ever be forgotten and one that will forever be etched in our minds. Thank you for honoring it.

  8. Thank you so much for this tribute! I am so humbled to think that humans around the world were honoring those who fell on our soil. Just so touching – thank you for your work on this!

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