The Mirror  Each day at 3:05 pm the students of CR Walker Secondary High School stream down Market Street to the windows of the Central Bank of the Bahamas in Nassau on their way home from school. For a few moments they slow their gait to take note of their appearance in the large mirrored glass window. After a few seconds of preening and adjusting, they are on their way. Unknown by these young adults, these portraits were made from behind the one-way glass and reveal fleeting moments of vulnerability, beauty, and strength in this daily ritual.
       
     
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 The Mirror  Each day at 3:05 pm the students of CR Walker Secondary High School stream down Market Street to the windows of the Central Bank of the Bahamas in Nassau on their way home from school. For a few moments they slow their gait to take note of their appearance in the large mirrored glass window. After a few seconds of preening and adjusting, they are on their way. Unknown by these young adults, these portraits were made from behind the one-way glass and reveal fleeting moments of vulnerability, beauty, and strength in this daily ritual.
       
     

The Mirror

Each day at 3:05 pm the students of CR Walker Secondary High School stream down Market Street to the windows of the Central Bank of the Bahamas in Nassau on their way home from school. For a few moments they slow their gait to take note of their appearance in the large mirrored glass window. After a few seconds of preening and adjusting, they are on their way. Unknown by these young adults, these portraits were made from behind the one-way glass and reveal fleeting moments of vulnerability, beauty, and strength in this daily ritual.

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