Timmy Wells, center, plays the baritone saxophone as part of the Burlesque Band of San Francisco on Castro Street after the Pride Parade in San Francisco, Calif.
Wheels for Kenya, an offshoot of the international ministry, Joni and Friends, traveled to Kenya with a team of physical therapists and mechanics to fit disabled locals with personal wheelchairs. Here Hamden lifts Jacob into his new wheelchair in Chebosi.
Victoria Epstien, 17, of Liberty, N.Y., takes a break from homework while recovering from Crypto that she got while tending a sick calf. She sits underneath a canopy of horse racing prizes and hopes to join a collegiate equestrian team in college.
Michael Epstein, of Liberty, N.Y., was in the army for nine years and still has seizures from being hit by a nerve agent during combat. He fell asleep driving home one day and knew he'd never drive again.
Lucy is picked up by her mother Laura Whalen while classmate Luca plays at Little Robles, an in-house preschool in San Francisco, Calif. Little Robles was started with the help of Wonderschool, a platform that helps people start preschools and infant programs in their homes.
Kim Venegas, left, and Donald Wahlenmaier, both of Columbus, Ohio, watch as their Jenga tower topples to the ground at the Pawpaw Festival in Albany, Ohio.
Charlie Stewart lies on the chest of his girlfriend, Jenny Oberding, at the Obetz Zucchini Fair in Obetz, Ohio.
Paavni Pant-Rao sees snow for the first time in Columbus, Ohio. Although she was born in America, her family moved back to India when she was very young and stayed for several years before returning to the states.
Quinzetta Moss sheds a tear at the MacArthur BART Station in Oakland, California for Nia Wilson, who was stabbed there two days before.
Thomas “Mick” Keirns braves a torrential rainstorm while cleaning Court Street in Athens, Ohio around 6 a.m. After the bars close and partygoers stumble home, the street is littered with their aftermath. But a few hours later everything is clean again—the street sweeper works while the town sleeps.
George Felker, 20, of Louisville, Ky, sits in a patch of sunlight at the Portland Festival.
Joy, of South Africa, laughs as she mockingly models while taking a break from working at the orphanage where she volunteers.
Isabel Bueso laughs with Paul Harmatz MD, who has been her doctor for years at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital. Bueso has Maroteaux-Lamy, a rare syndrome that predicted she wouldn't live past age seven. Now, she is graduating from California State University summa cum laude.
Nick Romero plays on his phone at Forecastle's Party Cove in Louisville, Ky.