At 2am Jay Steinback, dressed as a rebel pilot, was still in good spirits.
At 2am Jay Steinback, dressed as a rebel pilot, was still in good spirits.
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Ralph and Celia Primo, who opened their donut shop more than fifty years ago. The neighborhood around them, which was once farm fields, has grown and changed drastically. Now their son is expanding Primo's to several locations.
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Patrick Pulis, Pueblo West, CO. Pulis and his father were cleaning up an abandoned building and lot; it had once been the electric company, now it was being converted into a marijuana grow operation.
Michael Williams, Pawnee, OK.
Michael Williams, Pawnee, OK.
Viola Jacquez
Viola Jacquez
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Easton LaChappelle, 19, owns his own company and uses 3-D printing technology to create prosthetics. For Popular Mechanics.
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Andrew Mallory, left, and his younger brother Kyle. They were doing the 3rd Annual Mattress Sale Fundraiser to raise money for the band program. Guthrie, OK.
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Brad Evans photographed outside a building near 37th and Navajo. Evans has become a crusader against architecture in Denver he calls 'fugly'.
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Alison Pharis hunting elk in the Raggeds Wilderness.
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Jason Slover at a helicopter logging site near the Evans Creek watershed in Jackson County, Oregon. Slover is a "chaser", who receives logs dropped off by helicopter and facilitates loading them onto trucks.
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ABC Donuts, Los Angeles (another location)
Aussie cyclist Anna Meares for The Adelaide Advertiser.
Aussie cyclist Anna Meares for The Adelaide Advertiser.
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Fransisco Lucas poses for a portrait at the Rio Grande Farm Park in Alamosa, Colorado on July 30, 2016. Credit: Theo Stroomer for The Trust for Public Land
Ben McConahey for HCN
Ben McConahey for HCN
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Vanquish Autosampler