Two dozen people huddled outside in 23-degree temperatures on Tuesday evening (March 18) in Watertown, Mass., to eat a traditional Iranian soup called “ash” and jump over a line of several small fires as part of a 3,000-year-old Festival of Fire ritual rooted in Zoroastrianism. RNS photo by Omar Sacirbey

(RNS1-march19) Two dozen people huddled outside in 23-degree temperatures on Tuesday evening (March 18) in Watertown, Mass., to eat a traditional Iranian soup called “ash” and jump over a line of several small fires as part of a 3,000-year-old Festival of Fire ritual rooted in Zoroastrianism. For use with RNS-NOWRUZ-IRAN, transmitted on March 19, 2014, RNS photo by Omar Sacirbey.

Sally Morrow

Sally Morrow

Sally Morrow joined Religion News Service in March 2012 as Photo/Multimedia Editor. She is a photographer and editor based in Kansas City, Mo. Morrow has worked as a multimedia editor and photographer at Newsday, The Des Moines Register, and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

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