Andrew Schmidt, left, and Mike Gaus say goodbye just across the Mongolian border in late August to “The Enterprise,” their Citroen Saxo car they drove from Spain to Mongolia during the 2009 Mongol Rally. The Enterprise broke down after more than 13,000 grueling miles, but Schmidt and Gaus hitched a ride to their final destination, Ulan Bataar, the capitol of Mongolia.
Journal-World chief photographer Mike Yoder models a pair of gag glasses in this demonstration involving the added effect of a rim light. The top photo was taken with Yoder standing about 2 feet from a window in an evenly lit room. The bottom photo, shot in the same location, has a rim light that is left of the camera and pointed to the back and left side of Yoder’s face as he faces the camera.
A fence offers privacy to the Harmons’ property in northwest Lawrence.
Hannah Gilmore, 6, and her step-mother Jennifer Hodge, discuss purchasing a dresser for sale Saturday at Habitat ReStore. The store was celebrating its fourth year in Lawrence and recent move to a new location at 708 Connecticut Street.
Hunter David Wade uses his duck call to attract the attention of water fowl in the area. “You want to mimic that real duck,” he says.
Free State's Logan Sloan, right, battles with Baldwin runners during the Baldwin invitational.
Kansas running back Toben Opurum charges up the right side of the field on fourth down against Duke linebacker Abraham Kromah, 8, and cornerback Leon Wright, 7, during the third quarter Saturday at Memorial Stadium.