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The Pause That Refreshes

The Pause That Refreshes

September 1935. Resident of Smithland, Kentucky. View full size. 35mm nitrate negative. Photograph by Ben Shahn, Farm Security Administration.

 

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I like the expression and the light on his face, I like that I don't know what he's actually doing, and I like that graffiti (aka scratching your initials into wood) is just the same 74 years later. (And I like the look of those tins and jars in the windows.)

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