Nicknamed the “Boyhood” of Chinatown, a photo series by Thomas Holton traces the 13-year growth of a young family living in New York City. Officially titled “The Lams of Ludlow Street,” the collection of images begins with the tender moments of family life—a mom watching her kids take a bath, everyone setting up for dinner. But by the end of the series, the family has drifted apart—the Lams are now divorced and the kids are off at college. Holton still keeps up with them, and he plans to publish the photos in a new book by the same name. Take a look at the New York Times.