Takes his Job Seriously

© Michelle Alton

Takes his Job Seriously

Uploaded: February 14, 2015 | Entered: February 14, 2015 16:18:23

Description

This was from 2012. I had been photographing a Red Cross event and was on my way home by train. This was the Women's rest room at what is now called Jefferson Station in Philadelphia. The mother of these boys was in a stall and the older brother was charged with caring for his little brother. I had Mom's permission to photograph her children.

Exif: F Number: 3, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/100 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 400, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 14.90 mm, Model: DMC-LX5

Comments

Mitch Spence level-classic February 14, 2015

He does look so very serious, and a little sad as well, as though the world is heavy upon him. Your close up pov here connects us in a strong and emotional way. #1607504

Jeffrey R. Bange February 14, 2015

Outstanding capture Michelle, the intense look on the boys face speaks volumes. #11247548

Jill Odice level-classic February 15, 2015

I love your B/W work Michelle! Nice photojournalistic feeling to it! #11247755

John Connolly February 15, 2015

Feeding brother looks like a serious business Michelle! A delightful graphic image! #11247835

Emile Abbott level-deluxe February 19, 2015

How sweet he take his responsibilities. Awesome emotional photojournalistic capture, Michelle. #11250043

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