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There are countless photos of the World Trade Center's exterior in the days leading up to the events of September 11, 2001. But there aren't that many photos of the interior—at least, there weren't till filmmaker Erik Nelson tracked down the prolific work of Konstantin Petrov, an electrician at sky-high restaurant Windows on the World who documented his office with diligence. Said the founder of the photo-sharing site on which he posted them: "It's a big lesson to all of us ... Take picture now of what we have." Petrov's story (and more photos), right this way. [New Yorker; previously]