Boy in Window, Baltimore by Lee Friedlander (1962)

The photograph “Boy in Window, Baltimore,” taken by Lee Friedlander in 1962, captures an image of a young boy standing in a shop window. The shop is adorned with various advertisements and signs, including those for 7Up, Pepsi, and sandwiches, suggesting a setting that is likely a diner or small convenience store. The boy appears to be looking directly at the camera with a neutral expression on his face, framed by the window pane and the commercial signage surrounding him. The photo is a black and white image, which gives it a timeless quality and evokes the essence of urban life during that time period.

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