TORONTO – A powerful photography series as captured the stories of Boston Marathon bombing survivors and first responders as they reflect on their healing and recovery.
Tuesday marks one year since the twin bombings near the finish line of the April 15 marathon killed three people and wounded more than 260 others.
On Thursday, Robert X. Fogarty released the images and a short film from the ‘Dear World’ Boston Marathon bombing online portrait series. The images depict the survivors returning to the finish line, reclaiming it as a place of hope.
“When we asked you to return to the finish line, a place that changed your lives, we knew it wouldn’t be easy,” said Fogarty, the project’s founder and photographer. “You told us some days are harder than others, but…
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