Dan picks smelts out of the gill nets. Smelt fishing, which once was a common sight along the coasts of the Northeastern United States, has declined over the years from the lack of ice from climate change and aging practicing population. Columbia Falls, ME
Carter, a guide on Bill Speidel's Underground Tour of Seattle, explaining the reason for the skylights in the sidewalks of Pioneer Square. The tour, which is a major tourist attraction in Seattle, makes its way through the old streets of Seattle that are now 15 feet below the current downtown. Seattle, WA
Seagull. Bar Harbor, ME
Guest gaze as they explore the rain forest exhibit in the National Aquarium. Baltimore, MD
Crescent Lake, Snoqualmie Pass, WA
Kevin holds a young Striped Bass. Newcastle, NH
An old church stands alone on a rainy day in Western North Dakota. After being desolate for many years, the area around Williston, North Dakota has seen a population boom with the discovery of natural gas and oil in the Bakken shale. June, 2010.