Shortly after the invasion of Iraq in March 2003, people carrying Support the Troops signs started to appear on the bridges of coastal Maine—a pointed challenge to the anti-war protestors who had already staked a claim there. On the Newcastle Bridge in Damariscotta, feelings ran so high that a city councilor ran his car into a man holding a Peace banner. Opposed to the invasion myself, I felt sad that our two sides were so bitterly divided. So I took my camera and went down to photograph. For three successive Sundays I took pictures of everyone. In May I hung an informal show in the American Legion Hall, printing on resin coated paper for expediency. People from both sides of the bridge came to the reception.