Valor and Vigil on the Line

3 thoughts on “Valor and Vigil on the Line”

  1. Absolutely spot on, Geoffrey and Tom. Your words and photos capture the respect for the situation that it so richly deserves. Thank you for your talents and time to this tragedy … I’m sure it helps to reset the compass in the right direction for all those who see it.

    Susie and Bernie Fagan

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  2. This is gorgeous and that last picture is GOLD! That is Talliesin’s father hugging the woman who stayed with Tilly on the train, trying to save his life and hearing his last words. Please be sure this photo gets to the family.

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