300 miles to peace | Photo of the day 7.24

Reverend Senji Kanaeda, of the Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist Temple of Bainbridge Island, gathers his things Tuesday in preparation for the 14th annual Pacific Northwest Interfaith Peace Walk. (The photo next to him was famously taken by a military photographer in the wake of the Nagasaki bombing.)

He will lead an interfaith peace walk from Eugene, Oregon to Seattle — about 283 miles — espousing the need to remove nuclear weapons from the world.

The annual Pacific Northwest Interfaith Peace Walk was scheduled to begin in Oregon on Thursday, July 26.

(Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review)

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