The Day After the Boston Marathon…


Police Presence at The Massachusetts State House the Day After the Boston Marathon
The National Guard on the Boston Common the day after the Boston Marathon
The National Guard on the Boston Common the day after the Boston Marathon
The City of Boston the day after the Boston Marathon Terrorist Attack
Media on Arlington Street in Boston
Media on Arlington Street in Boston
Looking down Boylston Street in Boston after the Boston Marathon Terrorist Attack
Make shift Memorial on Boylston Street in Boston after the Boston Marathon Terrorist Attack
Media Across the World Gather on the corner of Boylston and Arlington Streets in Boston
Military Camp on the Boston Common the day after the Boston Marathon
The American Flag at Half Staff on April 16, 2013 on the Boston Common

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17 Responses to The Day After the Boston Marathon…

  1. Suzanne Ridge says:

    Thanks for the photos FLG…See you tomorrow.

  2. FF says:

    So sad and senseless. Thank you for posting this powerful pictures FLG.

  3. pm says:

    A very sad “day after” Thanks for sharing these. We just happened to have “Boston” friends at our house…all getting calls from family in and around Boston.

    • The area is very surreal and overwhelming. The corner of Boylston and Arlington Streets is a sea of reporters, marathoners and mourners. The Boston Common has become a mini Army staging area.

  4. JulesPaige says:

    Dear Gnome,
    I can only offer my sincerest condolences in the face of this awful tragedy. My Niece attended college in Boston. Visiting then for her graduation will be a fond memory. I hope that normalcy can return soon. Though defining normalcy will be a continued challenge for everyone.

    My heart to yours. Hugs.

    • We are a resilient bunch and the city will come back stronger. The finish line area is a place where furrylittlegnome spends a lot of her free time. To see such a police and military presence around is unbelievable. Thank you for your kind words.

  5. Rahburt says:

    wow. did you participate in the marathon?

  6. blade3colorado says:

    So sad, but Boston is resillient and will bounce back quickly. Thank you for the photos!

  7. bluebrightly says:

    You will bounce back. It’s so reminiscent of New York – the heavy police presence, the barricades, your sense of being overwhelmed and the surreal aspect. But as you say, Boston is resilient. Let that be the end of it.

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