On the day after terror stuck the city's hallowed marathon, an uneasy calmness settled over Boston, writes Bonnie D. Ford.
The finish line at a marathon is typically one of communal support and celebration. That was reversed in Boston on Monday, with people running away from something terrible seconds after running toward something good, writes Bonnie D. Ford.
The photograph captures the terror and swift response after the Boston Marathon bombings. It also shows Devin Wang, the woman behind the wheelchair, doing what she can to help.