The first photo could have been taken in Baltimore last week.
In the shot, a stone-faced police officer stares straight ahead, eyes fixed resolutely on some point far off in the distance rather than looking at the protesters not three feet from his face, yelling in frustration.
Their expressions mirror the outrage that has rippled through Baltimore since Freddie Gray, a 25-year old black man, died April 19 after his spine was broken in police custody.
But the picture was taken in Ferguson, Mo., after the death of Michael Brown, and it has a companion.
In the second image, the mood has changed. The officer's smiling, hands resting upon the shoulders of two of...