A photo has been posted online of the faces of people who have loved and shared with you in messages, messages of support, messages from their families, messages about what it was like to be lost and so much more.
This story is being shared to help the victims of the Manchester terror attack and to show support to those in Manchester who have lost loved ones.
We are working to identify the people in these pictures and post their names, so that their families and friends can read them.
We are also working to contact the people depicted and find out if they have been identified.
The images show the faces and faces of the hundreds of people, many of them young and beautiful, who have shared messages of love, strength and support, and to their families.
The photos were posted on a Twitter account called #ManchesterSupport and the account has more than 6,000 followers.
“I am so so thankful for the love that everyone has shown me and for the messages of kindness and solidarity.
I have learned so much about Manchester and I will never forget the kindness and love of strangers.
People are coming from all walks of life, but everyone has their own story.
It is amazing that this kind of support exists and that we are still so powerful.
You are the reason that this has been a year and a half of strength and hope for Manchester and so many other communities,” said one of the victims, Daniel, who did not want to be named.”
Words cannot express how grateful I am for everyone’s support and for their kindness.
It’s hard not to feel that our love has made a difference,” he said.
The Manchester bombing has left a huge impact on the city and has been described as “the worst attack in modern British history”.
Many people in the city have been left shaken by the horrific event.