Tree branches and leaves, a landscape, house, and the photographer taking the picture are reflected in the eyes of an Ellis County, Texas child in June 1937.
The photographer was Dorothea Lange, who, in this reflection, was likely looking down into the viewfinder of her Graflex large format camera. The image below is from California in February, 1936.
The large format camera and her photographic talents enabled Lange to take stunning, high clarity images of her subjects, in this instance, the child of a former tenant farmer reduced to the status of a day laborer.
This photo was previously used for the post Eyes of the Great Depression 027.