A fascinating article around photography and the World Trade Centre. I totally agree that photographing the banal will be valuable in the future when that life is gone.
In the summer of 2001, Konstantin Petrov took hundreds of digital photographs, mostly of offices, table settings, banquettes, sconces, stairwells, kitchen equipment, and elevator fixtures. Many shots were lit by the rising sun, with the landscape of the city in the background, gleaming and stark-shadowed, more than a hundred floors below.
â€œItâ€™s a big lesson to all of us,â€ Don said. â€œTake picture now of what we have.â€