A young camper swims at night at Appalachian Christian Camp in Unicoi, Tenn.
Timmy Wells, center, plays the baritone saxophone as part of the Burlesque Band of San Francisco on Castro Street after the Pride Parade in San Francisco.
Hamden lifts Jacob into his new wheelchair in Chebosi, Kenya. Wheels for Kenya, an offshoot of the international ministry, Joni and Friends, traveled to Kenya with a team of physical therapists and mechanics to fit disabled locals with personal wheelchairs.
Victoria Epstien, 17, of Liberty, N.Y., takes a break from homework while recovering from Crypto that she got while tending a sick calf. She sits underneath a canopy of horse racing prizes and hopes to join a collegiate equestrian team in college.
Lucy is picked up by her mother Laura Whalen while classmate Luca plays at Little Robles, an in-house preschool in San Francisco. Little Robles was started with the help of Wonderschool, a platform that helps people start preschools and infant programs in their homes.
Brunner, 85, a survivor of prostate cancer, cares for his wife, Peggy, 84, with Alzheimer's in Erwin, Tenn. She was diagnosed in 2013, but long before that they agreed, “to spend the last dime they got to avoid nursing homes.” Each day they read four different versions of the Bible. Brunner cooks and cleans and says that Peggy, “helps where she can.”
Lilia, a migrant caregiver from the Philippines, rests her head after a usual taxing day working with her Israeli employer who has dementia. With a shortage in Israeli caregivers, the government has allowed workers from developing countries to come work. Over 30,000 Filipinos have answered this call and left their own children to care for strangers in order to provide financially for their familes. It has been years since Lilia saw her family in the Philippines.
“For Christmas I do really hope, if there’s a Santa out there, I want internet,” says Elijah Byrd, 16, if Millfield, Ohio. Byrd often alternates between researching on his phone using data and typing on his Chromebook that doesn't get internet at home. Almost a third of Ohioans still lack access to broadband, which inhibits access to information that could lead to education and economic development.
Quinzetta Moss sheds a tear at the MacArthur BART Station in Oakland, Calif. for Nia Wilson, who was stabbed there two days before by a man she’d never met before.
A couple shields themselves from the sun in an embrace at Lake Merritt in Oakland, Calif.
Charlie Stewart lies on the chest of his girlfriend, Jenny Oberding, at the Obetz Zucchini Festival in Obetz, Ohio.
A young girl dances a Scottish Sword Dance at the Highland Games in Burntisland, Scotland.
Charles Curtis Blackwell is bathed in sunlight at Youth Spirit Artworks in Berkeley, Calif., where he works as a writing mentor for students. After an accident in college, he lost his tunnel vision and now only sees through his peripheral vision, but that hasn't stopped him from becoming a painter.
Attendants of the 2018 Kentucky Derby dress in traditional style.
Ilisha Webster, left, and Izzy Webster, right, pose for a portrait after their high school graduation from Sacred Heart Academy in Louisville, Ky.
Chloe Williams is silhouetted against Lake Merritt on an usually warm day in Oakland, Calif.
Kari Orvik, a fine art and documentary photographer, is seen reflected on her 8x10 view camera that points toward Mission Street in San Francisco. She runs her own Tintype studio and in addition to her work she documents the people in her Mission neighborhood.
Joy, of South Africa, laughs as she mockingly models while taking a break from working at the orphanage where she volunteers.
Christian Givens gives Jaden Norris a kiss on a weekend night in the college town of Athens, Ohio. Friends Sophie Seay, far left, and Jaycie Campbell, second from left, take a break on their phones in the background.
Isabel Bueso laughs with Paul Harmatz MD, who has been her doctor for years at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital in Oakland, Calif. Bueso has Maroteaux-Lamy, a rare syndrome that predicted she wouldn't live past age seven. Now, she is graduating from California State University summa cum laude.
Paavni Pant-Rao, 12, sees snow for the first time in Columbus, Ohio. Although she was born in America, her family moved back to India when she was very young and stayed for several years before returning to the states.
George Felker, 20, of Louisville, Ky, sits in a patch of sunlight at the Portland Festival.
Donna Sloan wears a Sassy Millinery hat from Australia on Kentucky Oaks Day in Louisville, Ky.
Edna, of the Philippines, leans over to kiss her Israeli employer, Shoshana. Many Filipinos have left their families at home to care for Israeli strangers in order to provide financially for their children. Despite this sacrifice, caregivers' treatment of their employers parallels how they would treat their own children.