This photo says so much. So much...
Life has sure changed - the kids don't work like that today - of course neither did I. sandie
there is no doubt that that was some hard work...
Oh My Goodness... That had to have been VERY hot and hard work... What a neat photo to have.. Thanks, Terri.Hugs,Betsy
Looks like a scene out of "Places in the Heart."
In the cotton fields?! HARD BACK BREAKING WORK, from what I understand! Definitely fits the work category! =0
Look at all that cotton ahead of her. What a long hard day that must've been.
The interesting thing about all the posts this week which deal with work is the reminder they give us all that behind every familiar object there is a great deal of work.
I like old photographs. and I agree with Sandie, life sure has changed a lot! Have a lovely day!Eva
Do we know who that little lady is? She's looking a bit wary. What a hard job that must have been. Lovely picture Terri.
That must have been hard, back-breaking work. Terrific photo!
I agree with Vee. What a daunting task ahead. Poor little thing. Nancy
Cotton picking must be some of the hardest work.
My back is hurting just looking at that field. Once as teen I picked beans and it was really hard work.
Definitely not good times.
Bless her heart - she must have been so tired! My grandmother lived on a farm in the 1920s and has told me what hard work it was to pick cotton. She said her fingers would get so sore. I can't imagine how exhausting it must have been, especially for children. Great picture!
Great photo--but as the other commenters are saying, a lot of work, and hot work at that.
What a contrast between your little cotton picker and the 'tractor' on the Backward B Ranch. Hard times indeed.
I bet she was glad to get to sit down for a few minutes for the photo. I grew up on a farm and we had spells of fairly intensive work in the holidays. By the way, Katie is very cute :-) Jo
It's a great photo, but of course so sad to see a child doing that kind of work.
Oh, picking cotton. Such a very nasty job. The heat, the bending over, and the pricking of the fingers.I remember stopping at a cotton field as a child just to pick a piece of cotton and was surprised how prickly the plant was. I kept that piece of cotton for years with the seeds still in it. Have no idea when I lost it.Wonderful shot.
That looks like such hard work to me.
I can't imagine that any of us could handle the type of labor that was required, say, 60-70 years ago to get through life. Awesome photo!
wow look at all that cotton...stretching for as far as the eye can see...
Now there's something I don't see everyday. Very evocative!!:)~ HUGZ
Beautiful and heartbreaking photo.
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