Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Remembering Senator Ted Kennedy

I'm finally getting around to editing photos from past events that had been backlogged for one reason or another.

Not getting to this first set had a lot to do with my being rather overwhelmed by Kennedy's death. I was nearly done editing a couple of days after I took the pictures, but each time I went back to wrap it up and post them, I was recaptured and moved by the faces in the photos, and drawn back to have another look at them.

Each and every one of the people captured in these photos, whether you see them individually or in a crowd, was there because he or she was touched in some way by Ted Kennedy--as senator, friend, uncle, husband, mentor or myth. I've never been among a more diverse group of people and yet they all came together with the single purpose of honoring this exceptional human being.

The first group of pictures were taken of the motorcade passing between Government Center and Faneuil Hall on Thursday, August 27, 2009.

Slideshow HERE.

The second group of pictures was taken the next day, Friday, August 28, 2009, at the JFK Library.

Slideshow HERE.

1 comment:

Karen said...

Blessings in passing - Thank you for this very nice blog Nancy.

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