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A woman and her son watch the sun set at Leech Lake, Minnesota.
A woman and her son pose for a picture at Leech Lake, Minnesota.
A man and his son go fishing along the gulf coast.
A man and his sons go fishing along the gulf coast.
A little boy holds up blue crabs along the gulf coast.
A little boy and his father hold up blue crabs along the gulf coast.
Two brothers with their son stop for a portrait before fishing, Lincoln, Nebraska.
A family portrait, Lincoln, Nebraska.
A young boy is scolded by his mother, Lincoln, Nebraska.
A family sands over a man in a pool, Lincoln, Nebraska.
A father and son inspect their catch, a large mouth bass, Valparaiso, Nebraska.
The Sartore family, at Roca Scary Farm (also known as Roca Berry Farm.)
A young girl works on her homework, Lincoln, Nebraska.
A mother and son pray before dinner, Lincoln, Nebraska.
A father holds his son at the National Cathedral, District of Columbia.
A mother and son, age 18 months.
A sulking boy and his mother in Lincoln, Nebraska.
A son and father return home to Nebraska.
A young boy picks out a pumpkin.
A mother and her two young sons at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.
The love of a father and a son.
A mother helps her young son use a computer.
A boy watches his father use a computer on a farm in Flatville, IL.
Joel and Cole Sartore arrive home at last.
Cole and Joel argue about how to fit everything back in the Prius upon leaving the Sunset Zoo.
A mother tends to her son’s scraped hand.
Soccer fans cheer for their team in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A tearful young man bids good-bye to his family before going to India for a two-year Mormon missionary stint, Mormon Missionary Center, Provo, Utah.
A father and son view a fish kill, some of the 182 million fish which suffocated when organic matter depleted the oxygen supply in the Atchafalaya river basin after hurricane Andrew.
Joel Sartore and his son, Cole, stop to take a photograph together in the Walton area of Glacier National Park, Montana.
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