A photographer tasked with capturing the Tribute in Light display at the World Trade Center – a beam of light shining where the World Trade Center towers once stood – believes he captured an image of something much, much more.

Richard McCormack believes that a silhouette of the “Lord Jesus” appeared at the very top of the beam in the sky. Others have suggested it looks like an angel.

What do you see?

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Via the Blaze:

Hours before the 15th anniversary of 9/11, a New Jersey man captured what he said looks like a “a vision of the Lord” atop the beams of light where the World Trade Center towers once stood.

Freelance photographer Richard McCormack of Jersey City, New Jersey, said he took the picture Sept. 9 from Hoboken, New Jersey.

He later posted the image to Facebook with the caption, “Zoom in to the top of beam do you see something? I took this photo no photo shop no gimmicks took many and only one showed this image.”

McCormack told NJ.com that what the image in the clouds looks like to him is “a vision of the Lord (Jesus) with his arms folded.”

Others who commented on McCormack’s photo on Facebook saw the same thing.

Comment: Some see Jesus, some see an angel – What do you see in the photograph above? Share your thoughts below.