Sam Hindman, 9, pulls a net full of pond weeds from the water while in search of invertebrates and other aquatic life during the Kansas University Natural History Museum's Aquatic Biology Camp at the Baker Wetlands Friday, June 17, 2011. In addition to slogging knee-deep through the wetlands, the camp, composed of counselors and about 20 8- to 10-year-olds, examined specimens and recorded their observations about the natural environment.
Larry Warren was the only shooter to represent Lawrence at the June 11 Prince of the Pistoleers state shooting championship. A past state champion in his division, Warren didn't place this year, but that was never the point. "I'm out of the running now, so I can just have fun. That's what I'm here for anyway, fun," Warren says.
A wet, muddy camper carries his net to the next observation site.
A dragonfly rests above the marsh at the Baker Wetlands.
Former Jayhawk Lester Earl signs an autograph for a Kansas fan after the Rock Chalk Roundball Classic on Thursday, June 16, 2011 at Free State High School.