PHOTOS: What The City Is Like After the Boston Marathon Bombings

As local and federal officials say the Boston Marathon bombings investigation is in its "early, early stages," this is what became of life for the city.

By | Boston Daily |

A runner stops mid-run to look out onto Exeter Street, one day after the Boston Marathon bombings killed at least three and injured more than 170 people:

runner

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

Local and national media outlets line up near the Public Garden:

boston marathon bombings, media

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

A man makes his way through a sea of media outlets:

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

Traffic alongside the media near the Public Garden:

DSC_0083

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

A runner, still wearing his medal, stops on Newbury Street:

boston marathon

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

A Four Seasons bellhop steps on the street to look out on the reporters:

boston bell hop

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

Two members of the Boston Police Department stationed between Mass. Ave. and Boylston Street, a little more than 24 hours after the explosions:

DSC_0497

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

A mourner at the intersection of Boylston and Berkeley:

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

People placed flowers on the barriers of Boylston:

DSC_0516

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

Standing guard at Boylston:

DSC_0566

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

The Hynes MBTA stop:

DSC_0570

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

The Hynes MBTA stop:

DSC_0588

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

The view from Fairfield Street:

DSC_0745

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

A crowd gathered to reflect at Exeter Street, but was quickly asked to keep moving:

DSC_0836

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

A crowd at the intersection of Boylston and Berkeley:

DSC_0928

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

A crowd at the intersection of Boylston and Berkeley:

DSC_0982

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

Standing guard on Boylston Street:

DSC_0997

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

A growing memorial of signs and flowers at Boylston and Berkeley:

DSC_0951

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

A growing memorial of signs and flowers at Boylston and Berkeley:

DSC_0056

Regina Mogilevskaya

With many businesses still open, some people headed to Newbury Street:

Photo by Regina Mo

Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

Source URL: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/blog/2013/04/16/boston-marathon-bombings-next-day/