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Constant Presence
Photograph by Carolyn Drake

A snow-specked portrait of the late Lubavitch leader Menachem Mendel Schneerson decorates the side of a "mitzvah tank"—a mobile synagogue—parked in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Lubavitch emissaries, or outreach workers, drive the vehicle to various parts of Manhattan and Brooklyn, where they conduct religious activities and teach less observant Jews about their faith. Schneerson, still fondly called the rebbe by his devoted followers, died in 1994 without naming a successor. His image and teachings remain omnipresent in the Lubavitch community.



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Photo Fast Facts
Camera: Canon EOS 1N
Film Type: Fujichrome Provia 100
Lens: 85mm
Speed and F-Stop: 1/80 @ f/4

Weather Conditions: Snowing
Time of Day: Before dusk
Lighting Techniques: All ambient

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