I think that Evan’s clandestine approach to photography is interesting. I do see similarities between the riders’ expressions during the Depression Era to today’s riders. When you look at the photographs of that Evans took during The Great Depression you can see the worry and sadness in their face. When you compare the looks of the train passengers from Evans’ photographs to the passengers now they both have the same sadness and worry in their face. Even though the times are different with all the events and tragedies all people face emotional, social or economic hardships and you are able to notice that in both the photos and the passengers in today’s era. I consider Evans approach to also be considered interesting because the photos that were taken were candid the passengers didn’t know that Evans had been hiding a camera and you would be able to capture a photograph of the passengers in a moment where they would be portraying their emotions. But if the person were to know that they were having a photo taken some would smile and they would try to hide their emotions but when you capture a candid photo you would catch them in an unexpected moment.