Diego Reyes at the 93rd Annual White Mountain Apache Tribal Fair and Rodeo, Arizona.
Flower girl before a wedding.
Jim Kerr in his cabin on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. He is blind and beginning to have a hard time hearing, and the former Olympian doesn't receive many visitors.
Michael Farrington holds a his wife's funeral program at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.
Vickie Hall performs in slow motion during the Arizona State homecoming parade.
Stanley Ray Shockley, 58, with his cart in downtown Phoenix.
Cousins Diego Reyes and Caleb Ayalá, of the Iztac Cuauhtli dance group, before a performance in Whiteriver, Arizona.
Scott Collin in his recliner in Lynch, Nebraska. The Collin family was trapped in their rural home for 18 days following historic floods.
Robyn Leach, 53, says she's lived on the streets of Phoenix for over a decade now.
Robyn Rich stands in the doorway of her destroyed trailer home in Verdigre, Nebraska.
Cecilia Ayalá with other members of the Purépecha Tribe in Whiteriver, Arizona.
Welders Greg Rudloff, left, and Brady Zimmerer collected mementos that people left behind after donating supplies to farmers hit by historic floods in Nebraska.
Wallace Phaire needs regular dialysis to survive, but was forced to spend nine months away from his home in the U.S. Virgin Islands because dialysis centers shut down after hurricanes.
Sophia Cherif by Minnehaha Falls.
Norma Huertas, 82, still lives in her partially-destroyed home two years after Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
Dr. Megan Kaszuba, a neurosurgery resident at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.