VIDEO: NYC's 1WTC Two-Minute Time-lapse Construction

Originally published by: Daily MailAugust 18, 2014

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Six years of construction of the One World Trade Center has been condensed into a fascinating two-minute timelapse video.

Brooklyn based photographer Benjamin Rosamond took around 30,000 photographs of the 104-storey building from the day construction began in 2006 to the day when the final beam was laid in 2012.

He painstakingly compressed 1,100 photos to create the two-minute timelapse video which shows the 541 metre skyscraper emerging from the Manhattan skyline as the years pass:



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