Seen through a star cut in a balcony, a '50s Olsmobile passes by on city street in Havana Vieja.
Jason Rose stares at the media during court proceedings. Rose was sentenced in June 2007 to 10 years in prison for setting a fire at Boardwalk Apartments in October 2005. The fire killed three people and injured many.
Osawatomie resident Krista Appleton enters her trailer in southeastern Osawatomie on July 4 hoping to salvage what she could from a flood, while Richard McCrackin holds his boat next to the trailer. The water had been above the roof of Appleton's home for three days.
Courtney Harris, 17, of the Pioneer 4-H Club gives her hog Chad a kiss. She and many other 4-H members were preparing to show their animals at the Douglas County Fair.
Karen Vixie, 53, a teacher from Paradise, Calif., sits in a wagon while the moon rises after a passing storm Sunday. Vixie and her husband, Dave Vixie, joined a wagon train on the Kansas leg of the Oregon Trail. Vixie said she wanted to get a feel for what it was like to cross the prairie the old-fashioned way.
Two mature Bald Eagles huddle in a nest they started to build in November 2006.
Dan Morgan, 51, looks out on to the morning light casting its golden glow over a small plot of tobacco north of Weston, Mo. It's the middle of tobacco harvest in the area and Morgan is among a few farmers raising tobacco.
Aramdo Aguirre sits down to enjoy some lunch in a drying barn, while leaves hang from his morning work.
Kansas University's Brandon McAnderson sprints down field against Kansas State on Oct. 6, 2007, in Manhattan, Kan.
Gavin Harper, left, 16-months-old, and his 4-year-old sister, Adriana, took to the swings at Holcomb Park as their mother, Ashley Harper, pushed the pair into the sky.
The whole island of Cuba gets excited about baseball while the Island Championship is held in the spring. Two school children in Havana Veji read the results of one game.
A Cuban rides home on his buggy along a major highway west of Havana.
Raiders slugger Jordan Guntert (6), does his best to avoid the tag by Coffeyville's Brian Kindle (6).
As a morning's sunrise casts its glow across the sky, temperatures were headed into the high 40s.