Photojournalism

News, People, Protests, Life

Nashville fans jump for joy as the Predators score in the second period of the third game of the Stanley Cup. (Nashville Scene)

Children run across the field where a hot air balloon prepares to launch on a late Thursday afternoon. The hot air balloon was a promotion for the upcoming Martinsburg Air Show at the Eastern West Virginia Regional Airport this weekend. (The Journal)

Joel Coe looks at the old shelves of an abandoned machine shop of the Racoe Plant. Coe’s father once ran the plant decades ago. (Globe & Mail)

Former Mayor of Nashville, Karl Dean. (Boston Globe)

A father talks to his daughter during a refugee rally in downtown Nashville.

In Centennial Park in Nashville, many attend to listen to the various speakers during the National Day of Dignity and Respect, a nationwide mobilization in over 160 citites to demand immigration reform on October 5, 2013.

A Black Lives Matter protester lies on the street in downtown Nashville. Several protesters march throughout popular area of Nashville in protest of Eric Garner’s death. (The Nashville Scene)

Walter and Fay Byrd embrace in their living room in Inwood. Fay is a bird enthusiast, she had hand sewn all the birds above. (The Journal)

Ret. Lt. Col. Courtney Rogers is embraced by her supporters after a surprising victory over the incumbent Debra Maggart for the Tennessee State Representative, District 45 Republican Primary race (Nashville Scene).

Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama rallies a large crowd at campaign rally at James Madison University on October 28, 2008.

Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama rallies a large crowd at campaign rally at James Madison University on October 28, 2008.

Minister Ed Grove leads prayer prior to communion in front of a projection of the Taizé service outside of Shepherdstown, W. Va.. (The Journal)

Students from Providence School Oak Hill in Waynesboro, Pa., enjoy beach volleyball at War Memorial Park in Martinsburg, W. Va. on Friday, May 11, 2007. The Old German Baptist Bretheren students were on a field trip to Harpers Ferry, W.Va. (The Journal)

Firefighters look at a fire in an old mortuary building in North Nashville. NFD had to use three tower ladders to contain the fire.

Jefferson's Dylan Nick puts Buckhannon-Upshur's George Lavis to mat during the 171 weight semifinal round of the WVSSAC State Wrestling Championship. Nick defeated Lavis to advance to the class AAA finals Saturday evening in the Huntington Civic Center. (The Journal)

Jefferson Bulls' baserunner, Rylan Newman, is tagged out by the South Charleston pitcher in a American Legion game Saturday in Martinsburg. (The Journal)

WVU Running Back Steve Slaton tears through Marshall's defense in the second quarter. Slaton led the Mountaineers with 203 yards and two touchdowns in a convincing 42-10 win against the Thundering Herd in Morgantown, W.Va.. (The Journal)

Jefferson's Rylan Newman is dejected after missing the potential game-tying three-pointer against Bridgeport in the AAA State Basketball Championship. Bridgeport advances to the semi-finals where the Indians will face Nationally ranked favorites, Huntington High. (The Journal)

A Tibetan monk paints the inner circle of a Mandala, an intricate sand painting, in the Scarborough Library Tuesday afternoon. The monks plan to complete the artwork by the end of the week. (The Picket, Shepherd College)