Once again, welcome to my site! You'll notice that my images capture a variety of subjects. This is due to the complex nature of the world in which we live. I tend to best appreciate the world around me through the lens of my camera. That way, I can sit back leisurely, and reflect in my own space and time....and really see details that I otherwise might have missed during the time of the shoot. Photography relaxes me and serves as my positive coping mechanism during stressful times. I hope my insight helps to soothe, heal, and awaken you. Embrace each day as if it were your last!!! Happy browsing!
This is a photographic story of how the vile acts of few could test the character of many. Please come with me on my stroll down "memory lane". Despite the obscene amount of pain and suffering, a new breed of heroism was born. Working together, we instictively comforted, supported, and strengthened one another in the most trying of times. The healing process began from day 1. For me, it began through the lens of my camera. I hope these images will heal, inspire, inform, and empower. Enjoy.
On May 30, 2002, the ceremony representing the end of the rescue and recovery effort commenced. Victims' family members joined the procession, along with all uniformed personnel and the final steel plank. This was an extremely somber day for all who attended. Many would never have the closure they so desperately needed.
At an evening entitled Israel Rocks, the Joan and Alan Bernikow JCC hosted this sold-out concert. This featured guitarist/singer was raised in Israel, Spain, and England, and has delighted audiences world-wide. He has performed with Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Al Dimeola, Spyro Gyra, Van Morrison, Sting, Jose Fernandez, and
others. Here are some photos of Mr. Broza's outstanding performance on April 5th, 2008 in Staten Island, NY.
© Tamra Walker