|Tate handing out meals|
After about 30 minutes I walked around the back to see how they were coordinating all of this, and was astounded to still see dozens of kids in back, still waiting. I started smiling at the kids, engaging them, seeing if they were interested in the camera, which they were. As I started taking pictures of the ones that came over, more became interested in having their picture taken, every one of them wanting to see themselves on the LCD screen afterward. I just kept shooting and showing, shooting and showing. Whenever I would get a group of 2 or 3 together for an image, other kids would immediately run over and join in, kind of like rugby players jumping into a scrum. So fun to see the delight on their faces, seeing themselves on the screen, some of them running around to find a different friend to have a picture taken with. And they just kept coming.