94 thoughts on “10-25-97”

  1. This man left behind in my opinion one of the greatest pieces of art I haven’t made it through all of them just significant dates his last year here and boy just looking at a handful has some how grasped my heart and mind, I wish I could see what you would’ve took pictures of today. RIP jamie, I feel as if you found a way to connect your soul to the world for all to see, feel and befriend all while being beyond our existence.

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    1. He was born on 25 october 1956 and died on 25 october 1997. I was born on 25 october 1997, the day of his death :O

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  2. This is how you need to live your life,like is the last day. This is how he lived his life. RIP…

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  3. Rest in piece. I never knew you but these photos give us a glimpse of who you are and I thank you for this beautiful work of art.

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  4. Am amazing story by an amazing man. He obviously loved NYC as does anyone who lives here. Sad he is gone, but at least he was spared seeing the city he loved, torn apart due to 9/11. He used the WTC in numerous photos. At least he passed knowing the true NYC was still standing.

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  5. You are an amazing man you might not be alive today but in my heart you are i wish you could be here with us(And your amazing photography skills)

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  6. I hope Jamie knew that his vision wasnt what he could see in the future, but what we looking at his photos could see in the past. His great life.

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  7. Jamie you should me your life through these photos. They were simple, but powerful at the same time. You should all of us your history, and for that I thank you. RIP Jamie

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  8. I cry as I see this final photo. Life and death. I am young but not too young to be touched by this beautiful work of art. I thank you for allowing us into your rich life Jamie. May you rest well our friend…

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  9. Rest in paradise good sir. I know it’s been almost twenty years since you’ve been fine but I feel like I’ve known you my whole life. Haven’t seen all your works of art but I’ve seen many. My plan is to see every picture on this website. They tell wonderful stories and I just wish you were still around to continue this masterpiece but God has reasons for taking good souls and I know that he had to have toy for a significant reason. Continue to rest well good sir, I’m just glad you’re not in pain anymore.

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  10. I went through the whole website of pictures, and i felt I knew him through it all at the end of it :(. I wonder what kind of pictures you would take today. Rest in peace and thank you for living us this beautiful piece of art for us to see. I think we could have been friends.

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  11. What a beautiful journey of life, through the eyes of this amazing individual. I teared up coming to this last image, almost knowing what it were to be. I feel that this is his legacy.. and he will forever be remembered by the many who view this stunning collage of how he saw the world around him.
    Relax in paradise, Jamie. Almost 20 years since your passing and your work still leaves many awestruck <3

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  12. You did great work Jamie. Your life may have been cut short, but you truly lived a wonderful life. RIP <3

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  13. How powerful these glimpses into another person’s life can be. I find myself sobbing for the life he celebrated every day and the life he has missed now that he’s gone. This picture really got to me. I felt as though I’ve lost a dear friend. I’m so moved a few in awe of Jaime’s work. Thank you to his friends and family that made sharing his photos with the world possible. I am grateful to have shared time together on this Earth. 💔😢💜

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  14. Unbelievable photos, a glimpse into the life of an incredibly talented man, so powerful and touching. RIP Jamie your work will not be forgotten ❤️

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