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“In the sky
there are always answers and explanations
for everything: every pain, every suffering,
joy and confusion.”
“For this week’s challenge, take a moment to look up. Whether it’s the fan above your head at work, your bedroom ceiling, or the night sky, what do you see?
Is it familiar? Or does it show you a new perspective on your surroundings?”
The Daily Post
For the Daily Post’s
Photos by Woodland Gnome 2016
These photos commemorate the spot where Edwin Alexander Tejada Delgado drowned on July 7, just before sunset, while swimming in the James River with his friends at this popular beach along the Colonial Parway near Jamestown Island. We didn’t know him, but we watch young people swimming, wading, fishing and boating from this beach nearly year round.
We look up, to the sky here, exactly a day after his body was found.
May he rest in peace.