For the builder of Orlando's 49 memorial crosses, his craft from the heart is a familiar one

Los Angeles Times

A long line of crosses became small windows into 49 lives lost.

Puerto Rican flags flapped from nearly half, representing the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting a week ago Sunday who had ties to the island, a U./S. commonwealth.

Portraits taped to the front of each white cross showed the victims – mostly gay, Latino men in their 20s and 30s.

As people during the past few days walked the row of crosses, which were built and delivered to Orlando..