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The photo that could be the most known and recognizable about the time were destruction suffer poverty and death invaded United States and later on spread out through the rest of North America and Europe This famous picture is called Migrant Mother taken by Dorothea Lange 1936 one of the most famous photographers at that time The protagonist is Florence Owens Thompson a thirty-two years old mother that experienced all the consequences that made Great Depression part of the history This photo has a big power to speak by itself that make people transport back to this time and feel what it was like to have lived what this mother did and so many other families This photo became significant that it is recognizable as a symbol to remember the Great Depression because the impact it creates capturing the extreme hardship and poverty that many families suffered during itThis photo transmits the reality that once was lived on the land This is because the person it is real with real problems The viewer can perceive all of these because the feelings emotions and all that she had been through can be sensed throughout the photo The desperation and preoccupation of this mother to feed her children it is noticeable in her face and this natural expression makes this photo came alive Lange said that she did not remember explained her presence and camera but she did not say anything about it the only thing that woman told her was that they had been living on frozen vegetables from the surrounding fields and birds that the children killed Austin 341 The situation was very extreme that made this anguish mother take desperate decisions that she agreed to let her take these photos with the hope that some day this will help her in some way The viewer can be sensed of all of these thrills that this woman once felt by just looking at this
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