Apparently Slate.com ran an online article about a “taboo” 9/11 photograph with five Brooklyn people seated in front of the freshly fallen towers in the background.
(from the article) Ask yourself: What are these five people doing out on the waterfront, anyway? Do you really think, as Rich suggests, that they are out for “a lunch or bike-riding break”? Of course not. They came to this spot to watch their country’s history unfold and to be with each other at a time of national emergency. Short of rushing to Ground Zero and digging for bodies, how much more patriotic and concerned could they have been?