Love, From New York to Boston

When I woke up today, I had absolutely no idea what, if any, photographs I would publish, about the Boston tragedy or otherwise. Then someone pointed me to this image, posted to Facebook by members of two New York-based groups that grew out of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Taking such a long-standing rivalry between New York and Boston, and turning it about to show support and strength speaks volumes. I sincerely thank Lucky Tran, and the Illuminator collective for posting the photo, and for allowing me to share it with you today.

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