This might not be my best photograph, but it is certainly one of my favorites. A picture of my wife reading one of the many inscriptions written on the glass walls of the memorial, I took this shot while standing outside, looking through the glass at my wife. She did not realize where I was, or what I was doing.
Six million numbers are etched in the glass in an orderly pattern, suggesting the infamous tattooed numbers and ghostly ledgers of the Nazi bureaucracy.
It is a powerful place, and in my opinion one of the most emotionally stiring monuments in the country.