Fans look on from the rail after the 147th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on May 1, 2021, in Louisville, Kentucky.
Cousins Tatianna Parkolop, 17, left, and Anthony Baker, 16, sit on a floating platform working up the courage to swim back to shore through the freezing waters at Hadley Point on Tuesday, July 20, 2021 in Bar Harbor, ME.
“I thought a lot about Wild Earth being this space where we don't just say what's wrong with the world, we really show what can be right with the world,” Heather Patrick said, a co-founder of Wild Earth Farm and Sanctuary. Patrick homeschools her daughter, Everly, 5, and the two spend most of their days learning and playing outdoors.
The smallest skaters at the park: Max (left), 3, and Isabella Harris splash in the puddles at the bottom of Woodland Skate Park in Lexington, Ky. on June 9, 2020. Their father, Stephen Harris watched them as he skateboarded, and says he brings them there to teach them about skateboarding while they are still young.
Chiara Jeanfils, a Friends of Acadia Summit Steward, illuminates the night sky with sparklers as her friends look on while dancing on the rocks beside the pier on the campus of the College of the Atlantic prior to the fireworks show on Monday, July 5, 2021.
Despite intermittent thunderstorms and temperatures in the 90s, Harmony Callaway, 11, spent Thursday, July 9, 2020 soaking up all the sun she could get while fishing with her family by the Lakeside Golf Course. Callaway was excited that her and her brother (right), Julien Callaway, 10, had caught a catfish - she said it’s the biggest they’ve ever caught.
Carter Perkins, 9, sneaks a look over his seat to socialize before the bus driver tells him to sit down on a freezing morning following Halloween, November 1, 2019.
Natalie Crane and DJ Cooper, both 21, play with their nine-month-old son August and dog Zeus when Crane returns from class on Monday, April 29, 2019. Crane treasures the time that she does get to spend with August, being a student often limits the time she can spend with him. "You don’t get the time that you want to be with your kid. You’re like, these are the hours that I have in class, but on top of that I have other assignments I need to do," says Crane, "Those days I might not see him until nighttime, which sucks. People don’t really think about that.”