Photo taken on 1-10-10.

Photo taken on 1-16-10.

Photo taken on 1-18-10.

Photo taken on 1-18-10.

Photo taken on 1-18-10.

Photo taken on 1-24-10.

Photo taken on 1-24-10.

Photo taken on 1-24-10.

Photo taken on 1-24-10.

Photo taken on 1-24-10.

Photo taken on 1-24-10.

This photo of Ground Zero was taken from the roof of a building on Church Street. Photo taken on 2-12-10.

The Freedom Tower has reached more than 20 stories high. Photo taken on 2-12-10.

A close up view of the upper floors of the Freedom Tower. Photo taken on 2-12-10.

Iron workers are attaching cables from the huge crane to steel columns that will be placed on the Freedom Tower. Photo taken on 2-12-10.

The crane is lifting the steel. Photo taken on 2-12-10.

The steel columns are in midair. Photo taken on 2-12-10.

The steel colimns are high above the Freedom Tower. Photo taken on 2-12-10.

Iron workers have to move the steel beams into place. A tricky operation. Photo taken on 2-12-10.

Chains and or ropes with pullies are used to move the beam into place. Photo taken on 2-12-10.

Iron workers sitting on an I-beam on each side of the huge steel Y beam, are crnaking the pullies moving the steel into place. Photo taken on 2-12-10.

Just like an erector set, the beam is lowered into place. Photo taken on 2-12-10.

Ground Zero on 3-21-10.

Ground Zero on 4-14-10.

Photo taken on 5-01-10.

Photo taken on 5-01-10.

Photo taken on 5-22-10.

Photo taken on 5-22-10.

Photo taken on 6-05-10.

Photo taken on 6-27-10.

The footprint of the North Tower on 6-27-10.

The footprint of the South Tower on 6-27-10.

This panoramic image was taken from a building on Church Street on 7-30-10.

The foot prints of the North & South towers of the World Trade Center can be seen in this photo on 7-30-10.

This image was taken from Church Street looking towards the Freedom Tower on 8-01-10.

This panoramic view shows the continuing construction along the Church Street side of Ground Zero on 8-01-10.

This is the view of Ground Zero taken from Liberty Street on 8-01-10.

Ground Zero continues to be a major tourist attraction in New York. This panoramic image was taken from inside the Financial Center looking at Ground Zero on 8-01-10.

September 4th 2010. Real progress is being made at Ground Zero. The Freedom Tower continues to grow. The memorial will be ready for the 10 year anniversary next year.

This photo was taken from a building on Church Street.

Trees have been planted at the memorial at Ground Zero.

The view from the West Street side of Ground Zero.

An unusual view of a Kangeroo crane that has been mounted on the corner of the Freedom Tower.

The view of Ground Zero, photo taken from the top of a building on Church Street on 9-25-10.

The Freedom Tower is almost as tall as the Verizon building.

Construction workers on the top of the Freedom Tower.

Good progress is being made on the 911 Memorial.

Tourists at the financial center have a great view of Ground Zero.

Ground Zero on 10-17-10. The Freedom Tower(One world Trade Center) continues to rise.

Two beams from the world Trade Center sit covered on the site of the 9/11 Memorial .

10-17-10, Two Kangaroo cranes sit on top of the Freedom Tower, as the building rises, the cranes are jacked up higher.

10-17-10. The view of the Freedom Tower from Vesey Street near the PATH train station.

10-17-10, A panoramic view of Ground Zero taken from Church Street.

10-17-10, This view was taken from Liberty Street. It shows the planted trees at the 9/11 Memorial.

11-06-10, This view was taken from Church And Vesey Streets.

11-06-10, The Freedom Tower is growing a couple of floors every few weeks.

11-06-10, This view was taken from the upper floors of a building on Church Street.

11-06-10, The Freedom Tower will be the tallest building in NYC.

11-06-10, Steel beams are being added.

11-06-10, This street level view was taken from Vesey and Washington Streets.

11-06-10, This crane is mounted to the corner of the Freedom Tower.

11-06-10, Ground Zero continues to be a major tourist attraction. The 2nd floor of the Financial Center offers a great view of Ground Zero.

The Freedom Tower on 11-28-10.

11-28-10, More floors are being added.

11-28-10, A cross like beam sits on top of the Freedom Tower.

11-28-10, A view of the base of the Freedom Tower.

11-28-10, The Freedom Tower is starting to take shape.

11-28-10, This photo was taken through the fence on Vesey Street. Everytime I visit Ground Zero, The Freedom Tower gets taller.

12-10-10, The Freedom Tower gets taller every week.

12-10-10, Glass windows are being attached to the outside of the building. (look at the middle of the building)

12-19-10, This photo was taken at 5:00am. I put my Canon EOS camera on a tripod and took time exposures. This photo was taken from Church & Vesey Streets.

12-19-10, This photo was taken from Church Street. Time exposures create great color saturation.

12-19-10, This photo was taken from West Street near Liberty Street.

12-19-10, This photo was taken from the 5th floor of a building across Church Street.

12-19-10, A view of the construction at Ground Zero.

12-19-10, This photo was taken from Church & Vesey Streets.

12-19-10, This verticle panoramic of the Freedom Tower was taken from Vesey Street and West Broadway.

12-19-10, This panoramic was taken near the PATH train station on Vesey Street.

12-19-10, This panoramic was taken from the 5th floor building across Church Street between Liberty & Vesey Streets.

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