Texas two-steppers meet up every Tuesday at a local motel, a fifty year old tradition in Amarillo, Texas.
Texas two-steppers meet up every Tuesday at a local motel, a fifty year old tradition in Amarillo, Texas.

Texas two-steppers meet up every Tuesday at a local motel. This is a fifty year old tradition in Amarillo, Texas.

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Robert and Chris were ticketed for not having their fishing license on them for the third time this year. The little fishing hole was rimmed with dead turtles, a causation of oil factory leaching.
Robert and Chris were ticketed for not having their fishing license on them for the third time this year. The little fishing hole was rimmed with dead turtles, a causation of oil factory leaching.

Robert the hobby fisherman has bounced between oil, sugar, rubber, and grain refineries his whole adult life. All of them are located within forty miles of each other. He takes after his father who still drives a fork lift in the Shell oil refinery, even after having a heart attack and undergoing a quadruple bypass surgery. Robert points to a cement and metal city just half a mile from the fishing hole; a mini replica of the Matrix’s carbon fantasy future.

He and his brother Chris have fished here since they were kids. Still, they forgot their licenses. As we begin to interview them, a fish and wildlife officer pulls up. They get away with a warning and sigh relief as the wiry ranger drives away.

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Rural Arkansas is drowning. Whole neighborhoods must be accessed by boat. Children must be boated to school yet the aquifer below has almost depleted.
Rural Arkansas is drowning. Whole neighborhoods must be accessed by boat. Children must be boated to school yet the aquifer below has almost depleted.
A family from Germany enjoys a stroll at Bryce Canyon National Park on a cool March morning.
A family from Germany enjoys a stroll at Bryce Canyon National Park on a cool March morning.
A devote Amish believer, Amanda Miller, is one of the main operators at Westcliff Meats in Colorado, a processing facility which only slaughters 10 animals at a time.
A devote Amish believer, Amanda Miller, is one of the main operators at Westcliff Meats in Colorado, a processing facility which only slaughters 10 animals at a time.

A devote Amish believer, Amanda Miller, is one of the main operators at Westcliff Meats in Colorado, a processing facility which only slaughters 10 animals at a time.

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Charles, a local from Clarkesdale Mississippi has just started the first artist cohort in the rural Mississippi Delta, where the arts and journalism will be funded by a brewery and coffee shop.
Charles, a local from Clarkesdale Mississippi has just started the first artist cohort in the rural Mississippi Delta, where the arts and journalism will be funded by a brewery and coffee shop.
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The grandson of Wendy Ponca, a famous Osage fashion designer, plays in the sunlight of her studio.
The grandson of Wendy Ponca, a famous Osage fashion designer, plays in the sunlight of her studio.
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A Walker River Reservation local directs the annual mud drag races which attracts crowds from all over rural Nevada in early August.
A Walker River Reservation local directs the annual mud drag races which attracts crowds from all over rural Nevada in early August.
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Andy J. Lewis, a fourth generation reporter and owner of the "Woodville Republican", Mississippi's oldest newspaper, displays his prize turkey feet in his office.
Andy J. Lewis, a fourth generation reporter and owner of the "Woodville Republican", Mississippi's oldest newspaper, displays his prize turkey feet in his office.
A Lakota man thanks The Creator for the water protectors win at Standing Rock, as he digs a hole to cook a turkey.
A Lakota man thanks The Creator for the water protectors win at Standing Rock, as he digs a hole to cook a turkey.
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"I have 26 grandchildren," Timothy explained. "That's why we moved into this bigger house here in Mississippi."
"I have 26 grandchildren," Timothy explained. "That's why we moved into this bigger house here in Mississippi."
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The Flambeaux, the original Mardi Gras lights, were needed for revelers to see the Carnival parades at night. They carried wooden rudimentary torches and lit pine tar rags to light the way.
The Flambeaux, the original Mardi Gras lights, were needed for revelers to see the Carnival parades at night. They carried wooden rudimentary torches and lit pine tar rags to light the way.

Flambeaux: It’s a Mardi Gras tradition that has become revered as an art form today, having blossomed well beyond the practical purpose it first served. People still hand them tips as they walk by.

Originally, the flambeaux carried wooden rudimentary torches, which were staves wrapped with lit pine-tar rags. That evolved to oil-burning lanterns mounted on metal trays and long poles to prevent the flames from burning the carriers.

A New Orleans man prepares herself for a night out in drag. He only uses "she" pronouns when he's in drag, the only other exception is Mardi Gras because thats a few weeks of being in drag everyday.
A New Orleans man prepares herself for a night out in drag. He only uses "she" pronouns when he's in drag, the only other exception is Mardi Gras because thats a few weeks of being in drag everyday.
Lucille Rogers enjoys a stroll through Wye Mountain Church's famous daffodil field with her other Latter Day Saint friends on a sunny Arkansas Sunday.
Lucille Rogers enjoys a stroll through Wye Mountain Church's famous daffodil field with her other Latter Day Saint friends on a sunny Arkansas Sunday.
Break dancers please the crowd on Fremont street in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Break dancers please the crowd on Fremont street in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Two Mississippi women enjoy breakfast underneath the gaze of the Obamas on their wedding day.
Two Mississippi women enjoy breakfast underneath the gaze of the Obamas on their wedding day.
The New Orleans Six Flags has been closed since Hurricane Katrina and doesn't have a promising future to reopen anytime soon. The park now is infested by alligators and overgrown.
The New Orleans Six Flags has been closed since Hurricane Katrina and doesn't have a promising future to reopen anytime soon. The park now is infested by alligators and overgrown.
A roadside Civil War diorama displays the scenery and brutality inside a glass box in Florida.
A roadside Civil War diorama displays the scenery and brutality inside a glass box in Florida.
Daniel Tso, a local Navajo man, thinks to himself about the dangers that oil is placing on local heritage and spiritual sites such as Chaco Canyon.
Daniel Tso, a local Navajo man, thinks to himself about the dangers that oil is placing on local heritage and spiritual sites such as Chaco Canyon.

We were on what Daniel calls his “unofficial fracking tour of the Navajo reservation.” Nearby is Chaco Canyon, a world heritage site where massive buildings of the ancestral Pueblo peoples still stand. While Chaco Canyon and its ruins are protected from development, as is a 10-mile buffer around the park, surrounding areas are not. Chaco is the core of a much larger ancestral network of Native Americans that extended for hundreds of miles in the central San Juan Basin, and was used as a main trading hub from about 900 to 1300 A.D. 

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Hot pools outside Las Cruces, New Mexico have been enjoyed by people all over the world for many generations.
Hot pools outside Las Cruces, New Mexico have been enjoyed by people all over the world for many generations.
An Alabama girl flies a killer whale kite on a windy day at the beach before a large storm hit the coast.
An Alabama girl flies a killer whale kite on a windy day at the beach before a large storm hit the coast.
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Texas two-steppers meet up every Tuesday at a local motel, a fifty year old tradition in Amarillo, Texas.
ST.KITTS-218.jpg
Robert and Chris were ticketed for not having their fishing license on them for the third time this year. The little fishing hole was rimmed with dead turtles, a causation of oil factory leaching.
813A7907.jpg
813A8234.jpg
Rural Arkansas is drowning. Whole neighborhoods must be accessed by boat. Children must be boated to school yet the aquifer below has almost depleted.
A family from Germany enjoys a stroll at Bryce Canyon National Park on a cool March morning.
A devote Amish believer, Amanda Miller, is one of the main operators at Westcliff Meats in Colorado, a processing facility which only slaughters 10 animals at a time.
813A7825.jpg
Charles, a local from Clarkesdale Mississippi has just started the first artist cohort in the rural Mississippi Delta, where the arts and journalism will be funded by a brewery and coffee shop.
813A2737+(1).jpg
The grandson of Wendy Ponca, a famous Osage fashion designer, plays in the sunlight of her studio.
813A5072.jpg
A Walker River Reservation local directs the annual mud drag races which attracts crowds from all over rural Nevada in early August.
813A7628.jpg
Andy J. Lewis, a fourth generation reporter and owner of the "Woodville Republican", Mississippi's oldest newspaper, displays his prize turkey feet in his office.
A Lakota man thanks The Creator for the water protectors win at Standing Rock, as he digs a hole to cook a turkey.
arwrestling.jpg
Screen+Shot+2017-04-04+at+11.39.36+AM.png
"I have 26 grandchildren," Timothy explained. "That's why we moved into this bigger house here in Mississippi."
813A8181.jpg
The Flambeaux, the original Mardi Gras lights, were needed for revelers to see the Carnival parades at night. They carried wooden rudimentary torches and lit pine tar rags to light the way.
A New Orleans man prepares herself for a night out in drag. He only uses "she" pronouns when he's in drag, the only other exception is Mardi Gras because thats a few weeks of being in drag everyday.
Lucille Rogers enjoys a stroll through Wye Mountain Church's famous daffodil field with her other Latter Day Saint friends on a sunny Arkansas Sunday.
Break dancers please the crowd on Fremont street in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Two Mississippi women enjoy breakfast underneath the gaze of the Obamas on their wedding day.
The New Orleans Six Flags has been closed since Hurricane Katrina and doesn't have a promising future to reopen anytime soon. The park now is infested by alligators and overgrown.
A roadside Civil War diorama displays the scenery and brutality inside a glass box in Florida.
Daniel Tso, a local Navajo man, thinks to himself about the dangers that oil is placing on local heritage and spiritual sites such as Chaco Canyon.
813A6116.jpg
Hot pools outside Las Cruces, New Mexico have been enjoyed by people all over the world for many generations.
An Alabama girl flies a killer whale kite on a windy day at the beach before a large storm hit the coast.
goldengatesurf-201.jpg
Rattlesnake Roundup_Texas_2019 (111 of 691).jpg
CSindy.jpg
813A1654.jpg
813A9225.jpg
IMG_0474.jpg
813A7921.jpg
813A6172.jpg
Texas two-steppers meet up every Tuesday at a local motel, a fifty year old tradition in Amarillo, Texas.

Texas two-steppers meet up every Tuesday at a local motel. This is a fifty year old tradition in Amarillo, Texas.

Robert and Chris were ticketed for not having their fishing license on them for the third time this year. The little fishing hole was rimmed with dead turtles, a causation of oil factory leaching.

Robert the hobby fisherman has bounced between oil, sugar, rubber, and grain refineries his whole adult life. All of them are located within forty miles of each other. He takes after his father who still drives a fork lift in the Shell oil refinery, even after having a heart attack and undergoing a quadruple bypass surgery. Robert points to a cement and metal city just half a mile from the fishing hole; a mini replica of the Matrix’s carbon fantasy future.

He and his brother Chris have fished here since they were kids. Still, they forgot their licenses. As we begin to interview them, a fish and wildlife officer pulls up. They get away with a warning and sigh relief as the wiry ranger drives away.

Rural Arkansas is drowning. Whole neighborhoods must be accessed by boat. Children must be boated to school yet the aquifer below has almost depleted.
A family from Germany enjoys a stroll at Bryce Canyon National Park on a cool March morning.
A devote Amish believer, Amanda Miller, is one of the main operators at Westcliff Meats in Colorado, a processing facility which only slaughters 10 animals at a time.

A devote Amish believer, Amanda Miller, is one of the main operators at Westcliff Meats in Colorado, a processing facility which only slaughters 10 animals at a time.

Charles, a local from Clarkesdale Mississippi has just started the first artist cohort in the rural Mississippi Delta, where the arts and journalism will be funded by a brewery and coffee shop.
The grandson of Wendy Ponca, a famous Osage fashion designer, plays in the sunlight of her studio.
A Walker River Reservation local directs the annual mud drag races which attracts crowds from all over rural Nevada in early August.
Andy J. Lewis, a fourth generation reporter and owner of the "Woodville Republican", Mississippi's oldest newspaper, displays his prize turkey feet in his office.
A Lakota man thanks The Creator for the water protectors win at Standing Rock, as he digs a hole to cook a turkey.
"I have 26 grandchildren," Timothy explained. "That's why we moved into this bigger house here in Mississippi."
The Flambeaux, the original Mardi Gras lights, were needed for revelers to see the Carnival parades at night. They carried wooden rudimentary torches and lit pine tar rags to light the way.

Flambeaux: It’s a Mardi Gras tradition that has become revered as an art form today, having blossomed well beyond the practical purpose it first served. People still hand them tips as they walk by.

Originally, the flambeaux carried wooden rudimentary torches, which were staves wrapped with lit pine-tar rags. That evolved to oil-burning lanterns mounted on metal trays and long poles to prevent the flames from burning the carriers.

A New Orleans man prepares herself for a night out in drag. He only uses "she" pronouns when he's in drag, the only other exception is Mardi Gras because thats a few weeks of being in drag everyday.
Lucille Rogers enjoys a stroll through Wye Mountain Church's famous daffodil field with her other Latter Day Saint friends on a sunny Arkansas Sunday.
Break dancers please the crowd on Fremont street in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Two Mississippi women enjoy breakfast underneath the gaze of the Obamas on their wedding day.
The New Orleans Six Flags has been closed since Hurricane Katrina and doesn't have a promising future to reopen anytime soon. The park now is infested by alligators and overgrown.
A roadside Civil War diorama displays the scenery and brutality inside a glass box in Florida.
Daniel Tso, a local Navajo man, thinks to himself about the dangers that oil is placing on local heritage and spiritual sites such as Chaco Canyon.

We were on what Daniel calls his “unofficial fracking tour of the Navajo reservation.” Nearby is Chaco Canyon, a world heritage site where massive buildings of the ancestral Pueblo peoples still stand. While Chaco Canyon and its ruins are protected from development, as is a 10-mile buffer around the park, surrounding areas are not. Chaco is the core of a much larger ancestral network of Native Americans that extended for hundreds of miles in the central San Juan Basin, and was used as a main trading hub from about 900 to 1300 A.D. 

Hot pools outside Las Cruces, New Mexico have been enjoyed by people all over the world for many generations.
An Alabama girl flies a killer whale kite on a windy day at the beach before a large storm hit the coast.
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