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Inuit teens in graduation gowns pose for a portrait next to a school bus.

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A bus overloads a fragile bridge on the Transpantaniera highway in Brazil.

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Traffic jockeys for position near the entrance to the tunnel to the airport in downtown Boston.

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A man leads fellow grouse watchers away from a school bus that’s used as a sharp tail grouse viewing blind.

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A client of Mission Wolf, a non-profit that adopts wolf-dog hybrids when they become too much for their owners to handle, helps out during a presentation to school children in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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A client of Mission Wolf, a non-profit that adopts wolf-dog hybrids when they become too much for their owners to handle, during a presentation to school children in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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The Rising City 6-man football team waits on the bus before a game in Milligan, Nebraska.

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Skiers in a bus on the way to the slopes in Sun Valley, Idaho.

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A bike/bus trail stretches seven miles along Everglades National Park.

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A bike/bus trail stretches seven miles along Everglades National Park.

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On the Switzer Ranch with a group of bird watchers from Chicago’s Friends of Ryerson Woods. The group had come here to watch sharp-tail grouse, prairie dogs and other great plainsanimals.

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A girl gets off the bus and into a muddy driveway in McCool Junction, NE.

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Tired detasslers sleep on the way home from a long day. Detassling crews put in long, tough days during the summer as they remove the tassels from seed corn. (Seed corn is harvested and then planted by farmers to grow corn for livestock feed, food additives, and ethanol production.)

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A lone girl rides the school bus in Point Lay, one of the most remote villages on the Slope. Though the town is only a few blocks long and very few kids use it, government fundingprovides a bus and a driver.

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