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Verizon freedom now our continuing look at the rebuilding of the World Trade Center.
It was ten years ago this Sunday that a handful of killers brought down those Twin Towers.
And as we remember their moments of destruction this week we also keep in mind all the years those towers stood watch over lower Manhattan.
-- New -- museum is now displaying the photographs of a man who spent more than forty years looking through his lens at that site focusing first on the towers.
Then the emptiness left behind.
And now what's rising in their place.
That Howard in their first year Camilo Jose for -- started photographing the World Trade Center when He moved to New York City in 1970.
And He hasn't stopped since I would not.
Specifically trying to take pictures of -- how.
I was trying to take pictures of New York.
-- -- -- -- -- -- The photographer visiting desolate and decrepit areas around new York and across the river New Jersey whatever -- when.
Of course that powers Kendall followed me.
The towers sparkle over junk yards cemeteries and housing projects a stunning contrast between haves.
And the have nots there's this story that is that it's it's -- transient and -- -- and -- returning to the same spots year after year appreciating his strength of the ever present towers looming large over an ever changing city.
This is the first picture.
-- second one that's the third when and that the fourth wife then came the day the towers stopped following him.
I felt I had -- -- that I thought that whole skyline had.
Had lost He -- -- kind of some basic element still without the powers there was.
The -- beautiful skyscrapers it was still a beautiful -- that it didn't have big.
-- here you can see how the old church from the eighteenth century.
The world invited to -- and -- how we use here and -- powers and not anymore they churches.
Has this guy all to itself.
The photographer now once again focusing on construction at the site.
And he's not sure if the new one World Trade Center is the right fit.
It's kind of unsettling to -- -- I mean so big so massive even though they trade center was such an impressive and large thing.
Somehow it fits within.
The hitting the top of buildings -- And I don't know that's going to.
Work the same way.
But the Twin Towers who grew on him in the admits this one could too I'm looking forward to being -- -- Looking forward to being amazed him He says He probably won't be around to document the world trade center for all of the next forty years he's 67.
Tells us he'll keep taking pictures as long as he's able.
Our rights of freedom series continues Friday.
With a story of complete strangers united as they escaped from one of those towers.
I lost much.
-- -- the staff -- it's -- -- Houston I'm still gonna die when they -- not today in my.
-- -- -- -- I removed removed from the -- that's the first since that day a boy and his mother reunited.
With a man who credits them with saving his life.
Again that's Friday night on fox reported afterward you can -- an encore airing of our Special Report the rise of freedom.
Featuring clips from the stories we've brought you over the past year that's 10 o'clock eastern time here on Fox News Channel.
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