Amazing Photos Of The 9/11 Tribute In Light

Amazing Photos Of The 9/11 Tribute In Light

11 years passed since that horrible day on September 11, 2001, where 2,996 people lost their lives and many more injured in the biggest terror attack in history. Since that horrifying day, every year on the night of 9/11 - NYC's sky is being lit up by 2 beams of lights as a memorial for the twin towers. Check out the best photos of 'Tribute In Lights' found on the net.

'Tribute In Light' started as a one-time temporary art/memorial installation on March 2012, and since became the most known (unofficial) memorial for the 9/11 terror attacks. The lights are so strong, they could be seen from over 60 miles away.

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Bird's-eye view of Tribute In Lights
Photo: Noam Galai.

September 11, 2011: The 2011 Tribute in Lights (9/11 Memorial)
Photo: Ryan Budhu.

Tribute in Light 2011: The Tenth Anniversary of 9/11
Photo: debashis_pradhan.

Tribute in Lights - 9/11/2009
Photo: Steven Kelley.

WTC Tribute in Lights 2009
Photo: Noam Galai.

Three years ago
Photo: Jörg Dickmann.

looking back .1
Photo: Steven Kelley.

9/11 Memorial Lights NYC
Photo: Mike Goldberg.

A Day of Remembrance
Photo: Moniza.

September 11, 2011: The 2011 Tribute in Light
Photo: Ryan Budhu.

Tribute in Lights.
Photo: Vitaliy Piltser.

2012 Tribute in Light 9/11 Memorial Preview #2
Photo: Ryan Budhu.

Photo: Alex Gaidouk.

World Trade Center from Jersey City
Photo: Mark Rosal.

Tribute in Light #1
Photo: Xun Wang.

Tribute in Light
Photo: J J.

Never Forget.

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These are all stunning but the photos by Alex and Vitaliy are my definite favourites. They have a very cool mood to them, like Tron.

What's the best vantage point for someone looking to photograph the beacons of light from the New Jersey side of the river?

Noam Galai's picture

I like the view from the waterfront right next to the "exchange place" path station. I might go there tonight

Amazing...Very talented.

crazy awesome shots! What would I set my camera to (Nikon) to catch these incredible beams of hope?