The wranglers of Philmont Scout Ranch ride along a watering hole near Cimarron, New Mexico.
A man urinates on the wall on which a shadow is cast of a man helping other people get on the roof of a house on State street near the University of Kentucky campus in Lexington, Ky, after their basketball team won their Elite Eight game against Michigan State.
Roy Apostle and Michael Holt hang bear bags during Conservation Training at Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico. Bear bags are sacks full of "smellables," things that attract bears; they are hung as a safety precaution for the bears as well as the campers.
Elle Wathen takes aim at One Eye the Rooster with her new foam dart gun. Elle's parents believe in a strong presence of guns and fear that President Barack Obama will slowly outlaw firearms. They plan to move to Rockcastle County, Kentucky with a secret stash of guns to fight back if such a law were to come to fruition.
A procession in the street walks against severe winds for All Saint's Day in Taos, New Mexico.
The Rio Grande reflects the sky as it twists down the canyon towards the Sangre de Cristo mountains in Northeastern New Mexico.
UK student Brandee Bray flashes on State Street in Lexington, Kentucky, after the UK basketball team lost to Wisconsin in the NCAA Final Four, April 4, 2015.
7-year-old Oralee Madison, of Crofton, Kentucky, practices calf roping after a Friday night rodeo at the WKU agriculture center. Her father owns the Lonestar Rodeo Company, raising Oralee as a skilled horse rider, calf roper, among other livestock-centered skills.
Spectators occupy a bench in the paddock of Churchill Downs between races on Oaks day, May 2, 2014.
Dan Edwards sanitizes the Black Mountain camp cabin that he will live in for the summer of 2015 without running water or electricity. The Black Mountain camp of Philmont Scout Ranch serves as a living history setting and has blacksmithing as well as a black powder gun range.
Modern dancers backstage before a performance.
Sofia struggles to pedal Afton's bike, blaming the training wheels' traction in the grass.