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All Eyes photo gallery: Saying goodbye to loved ones and standing strong in Orlando

Loved ones of Javier Jorge-Reyes arrive at a wake to honor his life at Family Funeral Care in Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Jorge-Reyes was one of the 49 victims killed in a mass shooting at an Orlando gay club in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12. [LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

Last updated June 16, 2016, 9:50 a.m.

In the aftermath of Sunday's mass shooting, Tampa Bay Times photographers have been documenting events in Orlando and around the Tampa Bay area, as people respond to the human toll - be it a loved one or someone they've never met - of this horrific act.

The photos below are from yesterday (June 15). New images will be added at the top as they come in throughout the day today.

Previous photo galleries related to the tragedy in Orlando:

Photos from Orlando: As friends and loved ones offer support for shooting victims, a few brave survivors begin to recount their ordeal.. (Published Wednesday, June 15, 2016)

All Eyes photo gallery: From around the world, sympathy for lives lost in Orlando.. (Published Tuesday, June 14, 2016)

All Eyes photo gallery: From Orlando and Tampa Bay, expressions of grief, pain, solidarity and love. (Published Monday, June 13, 2016)

All Eyes photo gallery: In aftermath of mass shooting, Orlando residents find ways to respond. (Published Sunday, June 12, 2016)

[CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Drag performer with stage name of Angelica Sanchez and Facebook page of Angelica Michelle Jones lip-syncs to Jennifer Hudson's song "Bring Back the Music" in a Drag Show Fundraiser at the Parliament House Resort in Orlando early Wednesday, 06/15/16 as patrons reach out to her with cash donations. Sanchez was in Pulse the night of the shooting and survived. Proceeds will go to Pulse employees and the families of the shooting victims. Early Sunday 06/12/16 forty-nine people were killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting.

[CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Drag performer with stage name of Angelica Sanchez and Facebook page of Angelica Michelle Jones lip-syncs to Jennifer Hudson's song "Bring Back the Music" in a Drag Show Fundraiser at the Parliament House Resort in Orlando early Wednesday, 06/15/16 as patrons reach out to her with cash donations. Sanchez was in Pulse the night of the shooting and survived. Proceeds will go to Pulse employees and the families of the shooting victims. Early Sunday 06/12/16 forty-nine people were killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting.

[CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Drag performer with stage name of Angelica Sanchez and Facebook page of Angelica Michelle Jones lip-syncs to Jennifer Hudson's song "Bring Back the Music" in a Drag Show Fundraiser at the Parliament House Resort in Orlando early Wednesday, 06/15/16 as patrons reach out to her with cash donations. Sanchez was in Pulse the night of the shooting and survived. Proceeds will go to Pulse employees and the families of the shooting victims. Early Sunday 06/12/16 forty-nine people were killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting.

[CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Drag performer with stage name of Angelica Sanchez and Facebook page of Angelica Michelle Jones lip-syncs to Jennifer Hudson's song "Bring Back the Music" in a Drag Show Fundraiser at the Parliament House Resort in Orlando early Wednesday, 06/15/16 as patrons reach out to her with cash donations. Sanchez was in Pulse the night of the shooting and survived. Proceeds will go to Pulse employees and the families of the shooting victims. Early Sunday 06/12/16 forty-nine people were killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting.

[CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Drag performer with stage name of Angelica Sanchez and Facebook page of Angelica Michelle Jones performs in a Drag Show Fundraiser at the Parliament House Resort in Orlando early Wednesday, 06/15/16. Sanchez was in Pulse the night of the shooting and survived. Proceeds will go to Pulse employees and the families of the shooting victims. Early Sunday 06/12/16 forty-nine people were killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting.

[CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Drag performer with stage name of Angelica Sanchez and Facebook page of Angelica Michelle Jones performs in a Drag Show Fundraiser at the Parliament House Resort in Orlando early Wednesday, 06/15/16. Sanchez was in Pulse the night of the shooting and survived. Proceeds will go to Pulse employees and the families of the shooting victims. Early Sunday 06/12/16 forty-nine people were killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting.

[CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Emcee Darcell Stevens,left, and a Pulse nightclub employee, right, comfort drag performer with stage name of Angelica Sanchez and Facebook page of Angelica Michelle Jones during her emotional speech after Sanchez lip-syncs to Jennifer Hudson's song "Bring Back the Music" in a Drag Show Fundraiser at the Parliament House Resort in Orlando early Wednesday, 06/15/16. Sanchez was in Pulse the night of the shooting and survived. Proceeds will go to Pulse employees and the families of the shooting victims. Early Sunday 06/12/16 forty-nine people were killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting.

[CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Emcee Darcell Stevens, left, comforts drag performer with stage name of Angelica Sanchez and Facebook page of Angelica Michelle Jones during her emotional speech after Sanchez lip-syncs to Jennifer Hudson's song "Bring Back the Music" in a Drag Show Fundraiser at the Parliament House Resort in Orlando early Wednesday, 06/15/16. Sanchez was in Pulse the night of the shooting and survived. Proceeds will go to Pulse employees and the families of the shooting victims. Early Sunday 06/12/16 forty-nine people were killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting.

[CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Emcee Darcell Stevens,left, and a Pulse nightclub employee, right, comfort drag performer with stage name of Angelica Sanchez and Facebook page of Angelica Michelle Jones during her emotional speech after Sanchez lip-syncs to Jennifer Hudson's song "Bring Back the Music" in a Drag Show Fundraiser at the Parliament House Resort in Orlando early Wednesday, 06/15/16. Sanchez was in Pulse the night of the shooting and survived. Proceeds will go to Pulse employees and the families of the shooting victims. Early Sunday 06/12/16 forty-nine people were killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting.

[CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Emcee Darcell Stevens, left, comforts drag performer with stage name of Angelica Sanchez and Facebook page of Angelica Michelle Jones during her emotional speech after Sanchez lip-syncs to Jennifer Hudson's song "Bring Back the Music" in a Drag Show Fundraiser at the Parliament House Resort in Orlando early Wednesday, 06/15/16. Sanchez was in Pulse the night of the shooting and survived. Proceeds will go to Pulse employees and the families of the shooting victims. Early Sunday 06/12/16 forty-nine people were killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

The crime scene at Pulse, a gay nightclub where a gunman's rampage killed 49, is seen under investigation Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The shooting, which took place in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12, was the deadliest in American history.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

The crime scene at Pulse, a gay nightclub where a gunman's rampage killed 49, is seen under investigation Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The shooting, which took place in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12, was the deadliest in American history.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

The crime scene at Pulse, a gay nightclub where a gunman's rampage killed 49, is seen under investigation Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The shooting, which took place in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12, was the deadliest in American history.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

The crime scene at Pulse, a gay nightclub where a gunman's rampage killed 49, is seen under investigation Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The shooting, which took place in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12, was the deadliest in American history.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

South Orange Avenue, where an investigation is ongoing at the crime scene of a mass shooting that killed 49 at a gay nightclub, is seen Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The shooting, which took place in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12, was the deadliest in American history.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

South Orange Avenue, where an investigation is ongoing at the crime scene of a mass shooting that killed 49 at a gay nightclub, is seen Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The shooting, which took place in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12, was the deadliest in American history.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

The crime scene at Pulse, a gay nightclub where a gunman's rampage killed 49, is seen under investigation Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The shooting, which took place in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12, was the deadliest in American history.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

The crime scene at Pulse, a gay nightclub where a gunman's rampage killed 49, is seen under investigation Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The shooting, which took place in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12, was the deadliest in American history.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

Counter-protesters hold up signs in opposition of the threatened presence of Westboro Baptist Church outside a wake honoring the life of Javier Jorge-Reyes at Family Funeral Care in Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Jorge-Reyes was one of the 49 victims killed in a mass shooting at an Orlando gay club in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

Counter-protesters hold up signs in opposition of the threatened presence of Westboro Baptist Church outside a wake honoring the life of Javier Jorge-Reyes at Family Funeral Care in Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Jorge-Reyes was one of the 49 victims killed in a mass shooting at an Orlando gay club in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

Counter-protesters unite in opposition of the threatened presence of Westboro Baptist Church outside a wake honoring the life of Javier Jorge-Reyes at Family Funeral Care in Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Jorge-Reyes was one of the 49 victims killed in a mass shooting at an Orlando gay club in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

Counter-protesters unite in opposition of the threatened presence of Westboro Baptist Church outside a wake honoring the life of Javier Jorge-Reyes at Family Funeral Care in Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Jorge-Reyes was one of the 49 victims killed in a mass shooting at an Orlando gay club in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

Tiffany Findley, left, kisses partner Adriana Kelley during a counter-protest held in opposition of the threatened presence of Westboro Baptist Church outside a wake honoring the life of Javier Jorge-Reyes at Family Funeral Care in Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Jorge-Reyes was one of the 49 victims killed in a mass shooting at an Orlando gay club in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

Tiffany Findley, left, kisses partner Adriana Kelley during a counter-protest held in opposition of the threatened presence of Westboro Baptist Church outside a wake honoring the life of Javier Jorge-Reyes at Family Funeral Care in Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Jorge-Reyes was one of the 49 victims killed in a mass shooting at an Orlando gay club in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

Loved ones of Javier Jorge-Reyes arrive at a wake to honor his life at Family Funeral Care in Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Jorge-Reyes was one of the 49 victims killed in a mass shooting at an Orlando gay club in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12.

[LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]

Loved ones of Javier Jorge-Reyes arrive at a wake to honor his life at Family Funeral Care in Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Jorge-Reyes was one of the 49 victims killed in a mass shooting at an Orlando gay club in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Family and friends gathered for a vigil in memory of Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Mike Wallace hugs Christopher's brother Junior Sanfeliz, and his aunt Marlene Alonso, during the ceremony. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Family and friends gathered for a vigil in memory of Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Mike Wallace hugs Christopher's brother Junior Sanfeliz, and his aunt Marlene Alonso, during the ceremony. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Family and friends gathered for a vigil in memory of Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Family and friends gathered for a vigil in memory of Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Junior Sanfeliz hugs Sue Anne Broyles before a vigil for his brother Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Broyles daughter Kelsey, graduated in the same class as Christopher. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Junior Sanfeliz hugs Sue Anne Broyles before a vigil for his brother Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Broyles daughter Kelsey, graduated in the same class as Christopher. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Family and friends gathered for a vigil in memory of Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Christopher's aunt Marlene Alonso holds a ballon during the ceremony. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Family and friends gathered for a vigil in memory of Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Christopher's aunt Marlene Alonso holds a ballon during the ceremony. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Family and friends gathered for a vigil in memory of Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Family and friends gathered for a vigil in memory of Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Family and friends gathered for a vigil in memory of Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Family and friends gathered for a vigil in memory of Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Christopher's mom Maria Sanfeliz embraces Mario Nunez, after the vigil in memory of Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[MONICA HERNDON | Times]

Christopher's mom Maria Sanfeliz embraces Mario Nunez, after the vigil in memory of Christopher Sanfeliz, 24, at Gaither High School in Tampa on Wednesday June 15, 2016. Sanfeliz was killed in the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. He graduated from Gaither High School in 2010. "The support of this community is just tremendous," said close family friend Mike Wallace. He estimated 400 people attended the vigil.

[OCTAVIO JONES | Times]

Rev. Dr. Kathy Roke, left, the Pastor of Faith United Church in Christ in Brandon chats with Hillsborough County Commissioner Kevin Beckner after raising the LGBT Pride Flag flag in front of the County Center in downtown Tampa on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The flag was raised to honor the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando.

[OCTAVIO JONES | Times]

Rev. Dr. Kathy Roke, left, the Pastor of Faith United Church in Christ in Brandon chats with Hillsborough County Commissioner Kevin Beckner after raising the LGBT Pride Flag flag in front of the County Center in downtown Tampa on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The flag was raised to honor the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando.

[ANDRES LEIVA | Times]

In this long-exposure photograph, cars rush by as city hall glows with the colors of gay pride on June 15, 2016. The special lighting was in memory of the victims of the June 12 Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. "We're trying to show our support for Orlando through our time and talents," said R-J Vida, managing partner of The Production Crew, the Tampa-based company that volunteered to set the lights up.

[ANDRES LEIVA | Times]

In this long-exposure photograph, cars rush by as city hall glows with the colors of gay pride on June 15, 2016. The special lighting was in memory of the victims of the June 12 Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. "We're trying to show our support for Orlando through our time and talents," said R-J Vida, managing partner of The Production Crew, the Tampa-based company that volunteered to set the lights up.

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