Water, water everywhere
Close to 450 lovers, fighters, and soldiers stormed the Esplanade, aka the battlefield, over the weekend for the second annual Revolutionary Water Gun Battle organized by Banditos Misteriosos
. There wasn't a dry eye (or leg, or chest, or foot) in the group after the squirt guns fired and the water balloons flew. Our forefathers must be so proud.
Pictured: Major-General Nathaniel Greene Bandito E, head of the "Colonists," led his cohorts into battle.
Erik Jacobs for the Boston Globe