Dan Harris relaxes on a Ruleville, MS, street corner with some neighborhood friends after a long day. "I grew up around these parts, and I left for a long time in my life, but I came back for the end to spend time in this land with these people," says Harris on Thursday, October 24, 2019.
Ohio University volleyball head coach Deane Webb, center, gets caked by seniors Meredith Howe, left, and Shayla Phillip, right, after their senior night game on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019.
My father, Dan Skowronski, falls asleep by the window after finishing his in-home workout downstairs on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, in our home in in Aurora, OH. He has more time for personal reflection now that he is working from home.
Alex Harris, center, timidly hugs his father Phil in the doorway of his mother, Crystal’s North Highlands home while she watches on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020. Alex had not spent time with his father in weeks. Phil travels around for the military and currently lives in. Hotel about two hours away, and when he yelled at Alex, Alex never wanted to go back. Crystal says she has been emotionally abused by Phil, so she carefully watches over the situation and does not force the kids to spend time with their father.
Lilly plays by herself in the Harris family home in North Highlands, Calif., on the evening of Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. Many times while her mother is trying to take care of the family, Lilly is left to her own devices.
Victor Turner-McGill, 7, left, Paula Turner, center, and Britta Pells — brushing the hair on her daughter Lidia, 4 — attend a candlelight vigil held for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the steps of Sacramento County Courthouse on Sept. 19, 2020. “I wrote a letter to Bill Clinton when I was at Sacramento City College about thirty years ago asking him to pick a female court justice, and now, take a look at all she did,” said Turner.
Two burned out vehicles sit abandoned on Graystone Lane in the aftermath of Bear Fire in Berry Creek on Thursday, September 10, 2020. The Bear fire jumped the Feather River on the night of Labor Day, Sept. 7, and joined with the nomination of fires called the North Complex fires. “The best I can make of it was, the fire moved 30 miles in one night, which as far as firefighting goes is a world away,” said Robert Daniels, a firefighter and Berry Creek resident. The Bear Fire, now renamed the Complex’s West Zone, has killed at least 15 people according to the Butte County Sherif’s Office.
A firefighter heads back into the flames of the Sites fire while it burns across the mountainside in Stonyford, Calif., on Sunday, August 2, 2020.