This set of single images range in scenes from the Hollywood Walk of Fame to corn harvest in Northwest Ohio.
Nestled in the hidden corners of Rutland, Ohio there lies an 88-acre private skatepark. The only rule? Anything goes.
The concept started small. Creator Brewce Martin constructed a prototype of the park in his parent’s basement out of particle board and closet doors. After a few false starts, Martin enlisted 50 of his friends to donate money towards a plot of land big enough to house his skatepark utopia. Since its inception, the site has evolved into something much more.
Embodying an anarchist spirit, skaters set fire to cars, produce their own videos and host annual music festivals. Each structure has a name, speaking to the wild ingenuity of its creators. Visitors can drop into Lula Bowl, Epcot Bean, Church of Skatin’, Amity Whitelight Amphitheatre and many others.
Skatopia is pure adolescent energy; it’s unruly, unbridled, unhinged.
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Scenes from the Occupied West Bank
These images were made over the course of four months from late August,2014 to mid-December 2014.
West Bank Bedouins
The Tuobas region of the Northern Jordan Valley is home to around 600 Bedouin families, all of them sheep herders and farmers slowly being forced from their land by the imposing Israeli settlements and Military camps/training grounds.
Stand Up AHS
Stand Up AHS is a group organized by the Class of 2015 Seniors from Austin High School in Austin, Indiana.
The group gathers local children ranging from kindergarten to 8th grade. The kids are given time for crafts, snacks, and games. They're also taught about different viruses and diseases such as HIV, since Southern Indiana, specifically in Scott County, has faced an HIV epidemic.
Ku Klux Klan Protest the Removal of The Confederate Flag.
On July, 9, 2015 The Confederate Flag Removal Bill was signed into law by South Carolina's Governor Nikki Haley in the wake of the deaths of nine African-Americans in Charleston, South Carolina. On July, 10, 2015 the Confederate Flag which flew on the State House grounds in Columbia, South Carolina was removed.
July, 18, 2015 the Loyal White Knights a branch of the Ku Klux Klan out of Pelham, North Carolina held a rally in protest of the removal of the Confedrate Flag on Columbia, South Carolina State House grounds. around 40 Klan members showed up out of the 300 that where said to supposed to attend the rally in support of the Confederate Flag.
close to one thousand people attended to show their disapproval of the Klan in their town " you aren't welcome in South Carolina go home!' others held signs stating " Death to the KKK " five individuals where arrested during the event and tensions where at a high towards the end of the rally.
Each year the Allen County Fair in Lima,Ohio brings in different forms of entertainment. One such form is a rodeo which brings cowboys and cowgirls in from around the country.
Farming in Waynesfield Ohio
Waynesfield, Ohio is located in Northwest, Ohio and is a small Rural Farm town. The images you see here are of the Shobe Family who harvest corn and beans in the fall and winter wheat in the summer.
Landscapes from across the wild west.
Bloodshed in Charlottesville. August,12,2017. to see the full story please visit The Atlantic.
A white nationalist is seen leaving Emancipation Park in Charlottesville, Virginia, where violent clashes took place between counter-protesters and white-nationalist groups. Hundreds of white nationalists gathered at the park for a "Unite the Right" rally to protest the removal of the statue of Robert E. Lee, which is seen in the background. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
Police officers dressed in riot gear march forward as they push protesters away from Emancipation Park after Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency on August 12. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
A counter-protester stands in McGuffey Park in Charlottesville, Virginia. Opposition groups gathered in the city after hundreds of white nationalists came to Charlottesville to protest the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee from the University of Virginia's Emancipation Park. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
Counter-protesters gather in Charlottesville in response to white-nationalist groups who gathered for a "Unite the Right" rally at Emancipation Park. Clashes between the two groups broke out throughout the day. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
Blood is seen on the pavement shortly after a vehicle ran through a crowd of counter-protesters in Charlottesville, killing one person and injuring 19 others. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
Counter-protesters attempt to burn a Confederate flag in Emancipation Park. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
A white nationalist holds a modified American flag in Emancipation Park. White nationalist groups were met by counter-protesters and clashes broke out throughout the day. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
A woman gestures in front of police dressed in riot gear in Charlottesville. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
A woman is given medical treatment after she was struck by a car that drove into a crowd of counter-protesters in Charlottesville. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
A woman's leg is placed in a splint after she was struck by a car that drove into a crowd of counter-protesters in Charlottesville. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
Bystanders assist a woman after she was struck by a car that drove into a crowd of counter-protesters in Charlottesville. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
Police dressed in riot gear stand in front of a statue of Robert E. Lee in Emancipation Park shortly after clashes between white nationalists and counter-protesters broke out. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
A woman records a march through Charlottesville by counter-protesters from a vehicle. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)
Members of a Virginia National Guard unit stand ready in Charlottesville. (Seth Herald / The Atlantic)