Micro Essay/Macro Hack

septemeber incident

I got this image from http://www.cafitusa.com/9-11-well-never-forget/, I was searching on google for pictures of 9/11 incident. The Image depicts one of the most important tragic events in history. On September 11th four men hijacked four planes that were heading to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Two of the four planes crashed into the World Trade Center, one hit the side of the Pentagon which was just out of Washington D.C. The last one didn’t make it to its location because the people stood up and fought back, making the plane crash in Pennsylvania. September 11th was a tragic event, many lives were lost. Over 3,000 people were killed in this horrific incident. It was not just the people in the World Trade Center that were killed, but also those that were there to save lives such as, paramedics, EMTs, firemen, and police officers.
This image is not pixelated it is clear and distinguishable and you can tell someone digitally enhanced and combined different images together. The image is a JPG and the file size of it is 2048 by 1365. The author of this image is coach. The intent of this image was to represent the heroes from 9/11, but to also show the world the lives lost. This image was created to demonstrate that regardless of such tragedy people were there to help one another in this time of need. It also represents homage to the families that lost loved ones. The author made this photo to place it on the internet. This image was created in 2014 and released in 2014. This image was created after the incident occurred. I chose this image, because it is an important event in history that changed the way many people viewed the world. We should never forget what happened, and to those that lost their lives trying to prevent further tragedy. Such as, those selfless firefighters and paramedics that put their lives on the line to save those from the collapsing buildings. This is what I consider to be a hero and why I wanted to post this picture because those heroic citizens saved lives and lost their own lives for someone else’s.

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