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Iron workers Matt Gelbke and Frank Gasior work on Tower Four at the World Trade Center site.

Iron workers Matt Gelbke and Frank Gasior work on Tower Four at the World Trade Center site.

Iron worker Frank Gasior on left joins construction workers as the final steel beam is lifted by crane 977 feet in the air and placed atop 4 World Trade Center.

Iron worker Frank Gasior on left joins construction workers as the final steel beam is lifted by crane 977 feet in the air and placed atop 4 World Trade Center.

Extreme sports photographer and Nikon Ambassador Mark Watson tells of the photographic adventure of a lifetime – capturing the spectacular Morning Glory cloud. Red Bull hang-glider Jonny Durand, has become the first man ever to perform aerobatics on the cloud.

Extreme sports photographer and Nikon Ambassador Mark Watson tells of the photographic adventure of a lifetime – capturing the spectacular Morning Glory cloud. Red Bull hang-glider Jonny Durand, has become the first man ever to perform aerobatics on the cloud.

Iron workers attach a US flag to a signed beam as they join more than 1,000 fellow construction workers as the final steel beam is lifted by crane 977 feet in the air and placed atop 4 World Trade Center

Iron workers attach a US flag to a signed beam as they join more than 1,000 fellow construction workers as the final steel beam is lifted by crane 977 feet in the air and placed atop 4 World Trade Center

Ice Pilots: The imposing Electra seems to overtake the tiny terminal in Taloyoak, Nunavut in the heart of the Northwest Passage.  Photo credit: John Driftmier

Ice Pilots: The imposing Electra seems to overtake the tiny terminal in Taloyoak, Nunavut in the heart of the Northwest Passage. Photo credit: John Driftmier

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