This work of art used photography to capture the everyday lives of allied soldiers in the Panamanian Invasion or Pacific War. The dimensions used in this photo are B/W Negative. This photo was taken by Frank Schershel and published by Time Life. The photographer of this photo shot photos from World War II in Normandy as well. Frank Schershel worked for Time Life Magazine where he was sent to the wars however, what made his paintings unique was they did not include any fighting. This photo captured love, life, and humanity in the time of war. Although, this photo was captured in black and white Schershel has one of the few in color photography from the second World War.