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I was -- home in the east village actually -- morning.
I heard on the radio that a plane had hit the tower and I walked up to the roof of my apartment building and I actually thought this out.
-- -- Michael rod learned he'd won the design contest for the ground zero memorial in 2004.
But He says you Begin thinking about how to honor the victims long before the competition was ever announced.
The sights sounds and emotions of that day had been senior -- memory.
My wife was working downtown of the -- I just.
Jumped on by storm headed down here a lot of -- Waters.
You can hear this noise you can hear that sound.
We would panic sweeping through the crowd -- I I've learned a lot.
What you're presented by had to -- -- -- and I came home around.
-- design is called reflected absence.
With water -- in the footprints of the former top.
I imagine these two enormous -- in the Hudson River.
And idea these -- where posters and it's surface of the water water flowing into.
But when a rod will be visited ground zero.
He says He realized He needed something.
And I came about myself I didn't feel alone out there -- I wanted to capture.
It's that sensitivity and bring it to affect.
-- -- two very different idea as the if the world wars that back in the Hudson amount experiences here fitting really that evening that I.
Solace in my fellow New Yorkers -- Deserve props news.
I was so important really change the way that I -- about.
Moving toward and I hope this -- will -- Other people to do that.
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