Pablo Caballero Sr. stands for a portrait in a tomato field owned by Lipman Produce where he works in on St. Helena Island on Thursday, Aug. 21 while his son Pablo Caballero Jr. stands for a portrait with his mother, Ema Caballero-Rodriguez and two of his sisters F%C3¡tima, 11, left, and Mar%C3­a, 15, center right, in front of their home on St. Helena.  Not present in the photo are Pablo Jr.'s younger brother Noè, 16, and his youngest sister Pilar, 9.
Pablo Caballero Sr. stands for a portrait in a tomato field owned by Lipman Produce where he works in on St. Helena Island on Thursday, Aug. 21 while his son Pablo Caballero Jr. stands for a portrait with his mother, Ema Caballero-Rodriguez and two of his sisters F%C3¡tima, 11, left, and Mar%C3­a, 15, center right, in front of their home on St. Helena. Not present in the photo are Pablo Jr.'s younger brother Noè, 16, and his youngest sister Pilar, 9. Staff photo
Pablo Caballero Sr. stands for a portrait in a tomato field owned by Lipman Produce where he works in on St. Helena Island on Thursday, Aug. 21 while his son Pablo Caballero Jr. stands for a portrait with his mother, Ema Caballero-Rodriguez and two of his sisters F%C3¡tima, 11, left, and Mar%C3­a, 15, center right, in front of their home on St. Helena. Not present in the photo are Pablo Jr.'s younger brother Noè, 16, and his youngest sister Pilar, 9. Staff photo

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