The Freedom Tower stands tall on the Fourth of July! Photo taken on 7-04-11.

The Freedom Tower as seen from the PATH Station on Vesey Street. Photo taken on 7-04-11.

At the top of the Freedom Tower new beams are in place wating for more beams. Other beams will be attached, bolted, welded. Making the building taller. Photo taken on 7-04-11.

Extreme closeup of the beams at the top of the Freedom Tower. Photo taken on 7-04-11.

Work is continuing throughout the complex. This photo was taken from Church Street. Photo taken on7-04-11.

The view from West Street looking North. Photo taken on 7-04-11.

Tons of concrete and steel were used at the base of the Freedom Tower. This will be one of the strongest builing constructed in NYC. Photo taken on 7-04-11.

The quarters of Engine 10 and Ladder10 is across the street from Ground Zero, on Liberty Street. Photo taken on 7-04-11.

The memorial wall on the side of Engine and ladder'10's quarters . Photo taken on 7-04-11.

A new transportation hub is being bult at Fulton Street and Broadway, Photo taken on 7-04-11.

Another view of the new transit hub under construction at Fulton Street and Broadway. Photo taken on 7-04-11.

The Freedom Tower rises above 7 WTC. Photo taken on 7-17-11.

A closeup view of the top of the Freedom Tower. Photo taken on 7-17-11.

This photo was taken from a tall building on Church Street. Photo taken on 7-17-11.

A fisheye view of Ground Zero. Photo taken on 7-17-11.

A tourist snaps a photo of the Freedom Tower. Photo taken on 7-17-11.

The view of the 9/11 Memorial taken from Albany Street. Photo taken on 7-17-11.

Father Brian Jordan Blesses the Ground Zero Cross before it is taken to the 9/11 Museum. Photo taken on 7-23-11.

The Freedom Tower as seen from the Brooklyn Bridge. Photo taken on 7-23-11.

The Freedom Tower can be seen through the arch of the Manhattan tower of the Brooklyn Bridge. Photo taken on 7-23-11.

The same view as the above photo taken before 9/11/01.

The view of the Freedom Tower from Church Street. Photo taken on 7-31-11. Photo taken on 7-31-11.

The view of the Freedom Tower looking North from Albany Street. Photo taken on 7-31-11.

The view from Vesey Street. Photo taken on 7-31-11.

Every couple of weeks a few floors are added. Photo taken on 7-31-11.

This photo was taken near the Path train station looking towards Church Street. Construction is well underway for buildings 2, 3, and 4. Photo taken on 7-31-11.

The Freedom Tower stands tall and proud. It can be seen from most parts of the city. It is starting to fill a void that was left after 9/11/01. Photo taken on 8-06-11.

This photo was taken from West Street looking towards the south bridge. Photo taken on 8-06-11.

More steel is being added for more floors. Photo taken on 8-06-11.

Close-up of one of the two Kangeroo cranes that bring up steel beams and other supplies. Photo taken on 8-06-11.

Construction of the performing arts center and Tower 2 are in progress. Photo taken on 8-06-11.

This is the base of the Freedom Tower. Photo taken on 8-06-11.

Tower 4 at Church and Liberty Street is quickly rising. Photo taken on 8-06-11.

Construction of the Fulton Street Transit Center continues at Fulton Street and Broadway. Photo taken on 8-06-11.

The view from Church Street. Photo taken on 8-20-11.

The view looking east from the PATH train station. Construction continues of 2 & 3 WTC and the transit hub. Photo taken on 8-20-11.

This photo was taken from a building on Church Street. Photo taken on 9-03-11.

The top of the Freedom Tower. Photo taken on 9-03-11.

2 WTC is on the right and 3 WTC on the left. Photo taken on 9-03-11.

Work at Ground Zero is picking up speed. Photo taken on 9-03-11.

This image was taken from the 37th floor of 7 WTC, looking south. Photo taken on 9-03-11.

This crane is attached to the side of the Freedom Tower. Photo taken on 9-03-11.

The footprint of the South Tower. Photo taken on 9-03-11.

Ground Zero from above. Photo taken on 9-03-11.

Fisheye view of Ground Zero. Photo taken on 9-13-11.

Work continues on 2 WTC. Photo taken on 9-13-11.

Workers are building the foundation of 2 WTC. Photo taken on 9-13-11.

Work continues at 4 WTC. Photo taken on 9-13-11.

Iron workers install rebar. Photo taken on 9-13-11.

The memorial wall at the quarters of engine & ladder 10 after 9/11/11. Photo taken on 9-13-11.

The Freedom Tower is now the largest building in lower Manhattan. Photo taken on 9-13-11.

The Freedom Tower is all lit up. This photo was taken on Church and Cortlandt Street. Photo taken on 10-04-11.

The 9/11 Memorial in the early morning before sunrise. Photo taken on 10-04-11.

The Freedom Tower is now the largest building in lower Manhattan. Photo is looking north up West Street before the South bridge Photo taken on 10-04-11.

The Freedom Tower lights up the early morning sky. Photo taken on 10-04-11.

The effect of using a slow shutter speed. Photo taken on 10-04-11.

I hand held the camera between two fences, acting as a tripod, for this photo. Photo taken on 10-04-11.

I placed the camera on a fire alarm box for this slow exposure in front of the PATH train station. Photo taken on 10-04-11.

The Freedom Tower at dawn. Photo taken on 10-04-11.

Work continues at the new transit center at Fulton Street & Broadway. Photo taken on 10-04-11.

Cranes are bringing steel beams up to the top of the Freedom Tower. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

The view of the Freedom Tower taken from West Street looking north. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

More floors are being added every couple of weeks. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

Construction continues at 2 & 3 WTC. This photo was taken from the PATH Station looking towards Church Street. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

Another view from the PATH train station. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

The Freedom Tower reaches high in the sky. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

The view from Church Street looking west. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

You can see the footprint of the South Tower at the 9/11 Memorial. This photo was taken from a building on Church Street. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

Looking west. photo taken from the same building on Church Street. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

A 250mm zoom lens was used to take this photo. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

Iron workers are installing rebar on the Church Street side of the complex. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

Getting the walls ready for the concrete. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

The Fulton Street Transit Center at Broadway & Fulton Street. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

This looks like tracks for a rollercoaster, It's the steel for a large dome that will be built above the Transit Center. Photo taken on 10-18-11.

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