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Book by Jose Vergara Camilo
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A Tribute To An Iconic Set Of Buildings
12 mars 2015 - Publié sur Amazon.com
In 1970, the World Trade Center towers and complex started construction. At the same time, Camilo Jose Vergara started taking pictures of the Towers. Ever since then, he's been taking pictures of the World Trade Center towers from multiple places and angles. From the neighborhoods close to the city to the dockyards and even the abandoned car lots and junkyards, the World Trade Center towers are gloriously featured. Not even 9/11 has stopped Camilo from taking pictures of the spot where they once stood. I recommend this book as it shows us an iconic monument that will never be forgotten and is a book on a piece of architecture that has stood the test of time and ultimately became beloved despite the initial resentment towards it as well as gives nostalgic feelings to all who know and remember the Towers themselves.
Nice but too small
17 juin 2004 - Publié sur Amazon.com
5 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
Very oddly sized, this pocket sized tribute is almost in stark contrast to the grandness and stature of the actual Towers which they are commemorating. Photos are moving and information is interesting as we see stages of the development of the World Trade Center in the early seventies. The photographer was at the same spots then as he was after the attacks so we can see the terrible void in the New York City skyline where these magnificent structures stood. If you want to see full sized photos, however, this is NOT the book for you. It measures around the size of a 4x6 postcard.
The Buildings I Remember
17 mai 2002 - Publié sur Amazon.com
7 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
Many of the photo remembrances that have come out in the wake of the WTC's destruction have centered on fairly recent images. Vergara's book is one of the few to show the building from its construction to its demise. Having grown up across the Hudson in Jersey City, I was particularly moved by the wealth of photos from the west side of the river. I remember seeing the buildings go up and marking their progress by how high the yellow tarp around each tower was. A beautiful book.
A fitting memorial
17 juin 2002 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I happened to glance at this book at my local bookstore. It just so happens I was there around the 9 month anaversary of the attacks. I looked at the pictures and they brought the towers to life as if I had been in New York which I have never had been before. The most striking thing to view was the pictures side by side of a place where the towers were visible next to that same place after the attacks. The void echoes the void still felt in my heart where the towers and the 2000 people once were. This book and the memories and feelings it evokes serve as a fitting memorial to the victims and the buildings destroyed in the attacks.
10 janvier 2007 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Une personne a trouvé cela utile.
I ordered this book for my 6 1/2 year old son who is facinated with the Towers. Nice pictures of the WTC from its early days and building, and tastefully done pictures of its sad destruction. The pictures are taken from all over the New York Metropolitan area emphasizing their past domination of New York's signature sky line. Very little prose other than picture identification, and my son can spend hours pouring over the pictures. I would have appreciated a few more close up shots and interior picture and views, but all in all, a nicely done memoir.