Shelby Grace Lindsey holds her dog as she plays along Nebo Road as her brother, Wyatt Stone, sits atop a hay bale. The two were enjoying the last day before school started.
Bill Thomson checks the tobacco on one of his farms in Harrison County, KY. He farms land that has been owned by his family since 1790.
Timothy Henry works to replace his power steering pump in order to take his daughter, Alaina Henry to the hospital. His girlfriend Heather noticed she had broken out in small red dots all over her body earlier that afternoon after Timothy got home from working on a roof.
Eric Whitson closes his barn door after retrieving a water bottle from inside on hot and humid afternoon. Eric, who works as a long-haul trucker, had just finished feeding his cattle.
A man rides a bicycle in front of a house along Oddville Ave. during a rainstorm that caused flooding in Cynthiana, KY.
A pinup calendar from 2011 is seen in the shop on Grayland Farm on July 13, 2019.
Bill Thomson and his son Addison Thomson take a break from work on the Grayland Farm. They watch local TV during the lunch break.
Addison Thomson feeds his calves their grain. He feeds each of his herds at various locations once per day.
Former politician Tom McKee talks to Fan Rees Kearns after the Democratic Women’s lunch at Biankes Restaurant, which claims to be the longest serving restaurant in Kentucky. The group meets there every fourth Monday of the month at noon, and is open to all.
Becky Milner and “Lil” Bill Howard kiss at Lil’ Bill’s Bar in Colemansville. Lil’ Bill owns the restaurant, and Becky works there as a bartender.
Water is seen filling rows of a field meant to be planted with tobacco. Flooding ruined acres of tobacco, and prevented planting until very late for many farmers in Harrison County this summer.