On a spare day in Athens, Greece while on a business trip, I booked a tour of the Poseidon Temple Ruins. The temple at one time was said to protect Athens from intruders, but over the centuries, it became a sun-bleached ruin on a promontory looking into the beautifully blue Aegean Sea. My bus arrived just as Mario Frangoulis, a well-known European singer, was about to record a Christmas greeting for the BBC. I wasn't familiar with him, but as soon as I heard his captivating voice through the breezy open air and realized that he was recording a tribute to those who worked to save victims of 9/11 -- many of whom died with the occupants of the Twin Towers and the Pentagon and the downed jetliner in Pennsylvania -- I was struck and emotionally moved. "An amazing talent with such worthy words," I thought. So with my small Nikon Coolpix 5000, I photographed the singer and his crew (who worked with a portable generator and boom box so he could sinc his words) and later produced this video, using his actual recording as a sound bed. The temple lies in ruins, as you can see, just as the Twin Towers, a section of the Pentagon and Boeing airplane once laid. But the wholesome spirit of faith and a God-given desire to sacrifice for others live on. The BBC taped him as I photographed, and you can see their professional video by searching Youtube. Enjoy.