What Will You See When You Look?

Who knows how many people looked up at the sky this week?

Who knows how many took pictures of the Tribute in Light, in lower Manhattan, for the 15th anniversary of 9/11?

When Rich McCormack, a New Jersey freelance photog, snapped his picture of the memorial beam of light, he captured what many think is an image of an angel.

Now, you may see that, or you may not.

It’s not something to argue over. I’m sure you could cite a meteorological or photographic explanation.

But a great many people around the country, and around the world, see something that has soothed their grief or bolstered their faith.

More than one person took it to mean God is watching over us.

What will you see when you look?


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