One of good friends appreciated this photograph as his favorite from the few weeks I spent in Haiti after the earthquake of 2010. He didn’t fancy himself as an expert of images or photography, but he found this picture to be the most interesting because he saw a connection with his child, one that he had had for several years. The photograph was taken on the morning the day before I left as I wandered the General Hospital in Port-au-Prince. As I entered the Pediatric Intensive Care tent, this child was in mild distress. I talked to her parents and asked permission to take a photograph, which they agreed to. Something about the obvious emotion mixed with a different composition made this work best as a black-and-white photograph.