From Boston with love, my heart goes out to all of you.

New England folk musician and artist Dan Blakeslee created this beautiful image in his own emotional response to the Boston Marathon Bombings. For those that may be unfamiliar, the two hands create a heart over the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge, a.k.a. the Zakim Bridge, a Boston landmark.

In Dan Blakeslee’s own words:
“Thanks everyone for your kind comments on the artwork I made through teary eyes last night on the Boston tragedy. I made it solely from the heart and have been asked to use it for sake of charity. Stay tuned for details. I am deeply honored it will go to benefit others…”

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