The view of One World trade Center from Fulton Street. Photo taken on 5-11-15.

Close-up of the upper part of One World Trade Center. Photo taken on 5-11-15.

A close-up of the base of the Spire on top of One World Trade Center. Photo taken on 5-11-15.

The Oculus in front of One World trade center. Photo taken on 5-11-15..

Photo taken on 5-11-15.

Construction Workers on Manlifts are working on the Oculus. Photo taken on 5-11-15.

The top center of the Oculus. preperation is continuing for the installation of the Skylight Photo taken on 5-11-15.

Close-up of the supports for the Skylight. Photo taken on 5-11-15.

The left side of the top of the Oculus. A worker can be seen installing supports for the Skylight. Photo taken on 5-11-15.

A worker in a Manlift. Photo taken on 5-11-15.

A close-up of the cab of the Hammerhead crane. Photo taken on on Photo taken on 5-11-15.

The center core of Number Three World Trade Center is getting taller as construction continues. Photo taken on 5-11-15.

The Oculus in the earling morning sun. Photo taken on 5-14-15.

The Oculus. Photo taken on 5-14-15.

The Oculus with One World Trade Center in the background. Photo taken on 5-14-15.

Workers on Manlifts are installing windows and getting the Oculus ready for the Skylight. Photo taken on 5-14-15.

Workers using rollers are painting the Oculus. Photo taken on 5-14-15.

They are probably applying a primer to protect the steel. Photo taken on 5-14-15.

Number Three World Trade Center is getting taller as construction continues. Photo taken on 5-14-15.

Windows are being installed on Number Three World Trade Center. Photo taken on 5-14-15.

The view of the Oculus and the Hammerhead crane from Vesey Street. Photo taken on 5-14-15.

The View from outside the PATH train station. Photo taken on 5-14-15.

Numbers 4, 3 the Oculus and One World Trade Center are all in this wide angle photo. Photo taken on 5-14-15.

The spectacular view from the East river. Photo taken on 5-14-15.

One World Trade Center. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

A wide angle View at Ground Zero. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

The view of One WTC from the front of the PATH Station. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

Another view of the Oculus. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

The view from one WTC. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

The WTC complex with a beautiful blue sky. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

Number Three World Trade Center is getting taller as construction continues. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

The view from Vesey Street. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

The Oculus changes as the Sun's movement changes the light and shadows. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

The view of the Memorial looking East. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

Roses were placed next to the names of lost loved ones. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

Trees are in full bloom at the 911 Memorial. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

Another view of Number One World Trade Center. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

The view from Church Street. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

Number Three World Trade Center. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

The view of the WTC complex from One World Observatory. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

A videw of the Oculus from One World Observatory. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

A videw of the 3 WTC from One World Observatory.. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

A wide angle view from Church and Vesey Streets. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

The top and center of the Oculus. This is where the Skylight Panels will be installed. Photo taken on 5-24-15.

A view of Ground Zero from a building on Church Street. Photo taken on 5-31-15.

The Oculus as seen from above. Photo taken on 5-31-15.

Two sections of the skylight has been installed. Photo taken on 5-31-15.

The center top of the Oculus. Photo taken on 5-31-15.

The Skylight panels as seen from ground level on Church Street. Photo taken on 5-31-15.

This wide angle view shows the WTC complex. Photo taken on 5-31-15.

The cable from the Hammerhead crane has a suction cup device attached to it that is used to bring up and keep the window in place as workers install and adjust the window on the Oculus. Photo taken on 5-31-15.

This is a close-up of the suction device. Photo taken on 5-31-15.

A nice image of the upper section of One WTC next to clouds. Photo taken on 5-31-15.

Severe storms caused massive flooding in the NYC area. Photo taken on 5-31-15.

Rain and cold weather hampered work on the Oculus. Photo taken on 6-02-15.

The Spire is in the clouds. Photo taken on 6-02-15.

The Man-Lifts sit idle on this bad weather day. Photo taken on 6-02-15.

Number 3 WTC. Photo taken on 6-02-15.

Number 2 WTC was left at two stories. When the other buildings obtain more tenants, money will be available to finish construction at Two WTC. Photo taken on 6-02-15.

The view of the WTC complex from Church Street. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

The Oculus and One WTC. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

A close-up view of the skylight panals that were installed on top of the Oculus. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

Two more skylight panals have been installed. They will be retractable, but will only be opened weather permitting on special occasions. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

A worker is installing a skylight panal while the Hammerhead crane holds the panal in place. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

A close-up view of workers on top of the Oculus. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

Workers are installing parts that will allow the skylight to be retractable. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

You can see how the panals fit together. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

After a break, workers have to climb back up to the top of the oculus. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

A close-up view of the skylight. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

This looks like some kind of rocket ship. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

Adding primer and or paint onto the Oculus. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

A lot of scraping and painting. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

Steel is being added around the central core of 3 WTC. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

A side view of the Oculus. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

A view of the Oculus from the 9/11 Memorial. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

Work continues on the New Greek Orthodox Church. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

Looking West on liberty Street from Church Street. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

Engine 10 & Ladder 10 going on a run. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

Plans have been finalized for Number 2 WTC. Construction will re-start soon. Photo taken on 6-10-15.

A great wide angle view taken from Church Street near Vesey street. 10-20mm zoom lens. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

The Oculus and One WTC. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

From Left to Right- 4 WTC, 3 WTC, the Oculus, One WTC. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

The other end of the Oculus looking towards Church Street. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

The PATH train Station on Vesey Street. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

The view from Vesey Street next to the PATH train station.. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

A side view of the Oculus from Vesey Street. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

This PATH Station will soon be history. When the new transit Hub opens above the Oculus, this building will be demolished and a new cultural center will built in this spot. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

A close-up of the upper center of the Oculus. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

Primer has been added to the rafters. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

The South bridge over West Street is being taken down. When the transit Hub opens, you can walk under West street to get to Brookfield place, or you can just cross the street. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

looking Southwest from Vesey Street near One WTC. Photo taken 6-20-15.

Workers are completing the window installation on the Oculus. Photo taken 6-20-15.

More painting and scraping. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

Installation of a retractable rail for the skylight. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

Another view of the Oculus. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

The Hammerhead crane is bringing up a rail that has a track, that will allow a skylight panal to be retractable . Photo taken on 6-20-15.

The rail is being lowered into position on top of the Oculus. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

A worker is guiding the rail into place. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

The rail is being lowered ( I don't what this part is called so i'll call it a rail ). Photo taken on 6-20-15.

Workers are guiding the rail or whatever it's called into place. Photo taken on 6-20-15.

A Skylight panel is getting ready to be lifted up by the Hammerhead crane for installation. Photo taken on 6-24-15.

Workers are using chains to get the Skylight panel into the right position for installation. Photo taken on 6-24-15.

The Skylight panel is on it's way up. Photo taken on 6-24-15.

Going up above the Oculus. Photo taken on 6-24-15.

The sun reflects off of One WTC as the Skylight panel passes by. Photo taken on 6-24-15.

The Skylight panel is being lowered into place. Photo taken on 6-24-15.

Workers are lining up the Skylight panel before putting it into place. Photo taken on 6-24-15.

Workers are moving the Skylight Panel into position. Photo taken on 6-24-15.

A worker is adjusting the Skylight panel. Photo taken on 6-24-15.

Workers are securing the Skylight panel in place. Photo taken on 6-24-15.

Number One & Number 7 WTC. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

The West side of the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

More floors have been added to number 3 WTC. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

Workers are scraping and painting the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

The Skylight on the Church Street side of the Oculus has been completed. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

A Skylight panel in being raised up to the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

The Hammerhead crane is lifting the Skylight panel up past the North side of the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

The skylight panel brackets are on the right side of the panel. The brackets will be attached to the South side of the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

A Worker on top of the Oculus is waiting for the Panel to arrive. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

The crane is moving the panel into position. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

The panel has to be turned around, so the brackets will fit into the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

Turning the Panel around. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

Turning and Lowering the Skylight panel. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

Workers are securing the Skylight panel in place. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

A worker using a guide rope is moving the panel closer to the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

Once lowered into place, the skylight panel has to be secured to the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

Photo taken on 7-11-15.

Photo taken on 7-11-15.

The Skylight panel is in place. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

Early morning at the Memorial side of the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-16-15.

The time of day at the Oculus determines how the light and shadows effect the Oculus. I like the way the curves of the rafters blend into each other. Photo taken on 7-16-15.

A worker is getting this section ready for the arrival of a skylight section.. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

The Skylight panel is starting it's journey up to the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-16-15.

The Hammerhead crane is lifting up the Skylight panel. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

Getting the Skylight panel in place. Photo taken on 7-16-15.

The Skylight panel is being lowered. Photo taken on 7-11-15.

Workers are guiding the Skylight panel into place. Photo taken on 7-16-15.

The Skylight panel ihas been secured to the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-16-15.

A Perfrct blue sky highlights the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-16-15.

Number 3 WTC keeps on getting taller. Photo taken on 7-16-15.

The Oculus as seen from the Vesey Street. Photo taken on 7-16-15.

Today ia an historic milestone at the new World Trade Center. The final Skylight Panel will be installed on the Oculus completing the 355 Foot Skylight that will be retractable. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

The last Skylight panel is starting it's journey up to the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

The Hammerhead crane is lifting up the last Skylight panel past the rafters of the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

The last Skylight panel in midair. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

The last Skylight Panel is getting ready to be lowered into position onto the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

The last Skylight panel is being lowered. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

Iron workers are waiting to grab the guide ropes that will move the Skylight panel into position. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

The last Skylight panel is being moved into position. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

The Skylight Panel is slowly moved into position in it's place on the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

An Iron worker using his foot is moving the Skylight panel down into position. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

Installation of the last Skylight panel has been completed. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

Work continues on 3 WTC. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

Steel beams are being wrapped around the center core of 3 WTC. Photo taken on 7-20-15.

The view of the WTC site from Church Street. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

One WTC from Vesey and Church Streets. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

A view of the Oculus from the newly opened walkway between the PATH station and the 911 Memorial. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

The Oculus looking towards Church Street. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

The entrance to the 911 Museum early in the morning before the crowds. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

The base of 3 WTC taken from the 911 Museum side of the complex. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

4 WTC. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

The view from Liberty and Greenwich Streets. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

New construction all over lower Manhattan. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

Looking up Liberty Street towards Church Street. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

Number 3 WTC continues to grow. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

The Oculus and One WTC from Church Street. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

The Oculus and 3 WTC from Church Street. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

Sections of the Greek Church are waiting for installation. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

The base of the new Greek Church. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

The upper floors of One WTC. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

A side view of the Oculus. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

The view from Church & Barclay Streets. Photo taken on 7-26-15.

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