• Jay Terry Photography

    on July 9, 2012

    Well done, Mike. Documentary images like these serve to not only educate and record, but to honour and pay respect to both those who put their lives on the line and the victims of tragedy. Keep up the good work.

  • U.S. patriot

    on July 8, 2012

    I agree with post three and four. These are great pictures of men and women saving lives. They should be in a book and/or framed and hung at the firestation or town hall. These photos are about what America does right. There are always those who have to put down everything. Forget that type. The firefighters in action are more important and are the people we should thank and be proud of despite the negative Nancys. We can't let them bring the best of us down.

  • firemans wife

    on July 7, 2012

    The woman who commented is ignorant. My husband is a Gate's volunteer fireman and risks his life every time some kid plays with a lighter or someone forgets to turn off their oven. These photographs depict the heroes who save lives while risking their own. I would buy them and hang them with pride on my wall. They are gorgeous and honor our firefighters.

  • batman

    on July 7, 2012

    This is the way the REAL world works lady, like it or not. News crews and photo journalists need to make a living too.

  • spellcaster

    on July 7, 2012

    worth every dime

  • Tammy

    on July 6, 2012

    who does this, takes pictures of someones loss and then trie to make money off of it this is terrible, I hope no one purchases these.

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