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Common starlings pick for food in the garbage in the landfill in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Common starlings pick for food in the garbage in the landfill in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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An abandoned farm house filled with trash left from the last tenants, Bennet.

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An abandoned farm house filled with trash left from the last tenants, Bennet.

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The view to outside from inside and an abandoned farm house, Bennet, Nebraska.

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A cup filled with cigarette butts in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Cattle rummage through trash a long the road in Uganda, Africa.

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Plastic trash washing up in the surf along the coastline of Tower Island in Galapagos National Park.

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Joel Sartore patrols the curbs in his neighborhood in hopes of rescuing still useful items before they’re hauled to the dump.

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An antique desk waits for the garbage man in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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An antique desk waits for the garbage man in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A lawnmower, rescued from the curb on garbage night in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Kids’ toys set out for the garbage man in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Joel Sartore proudly displays a rake rescued from the curb on garbage night.

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An antique rocking chair, rescued from the curb on garbage night.

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Joel Sartore displays appliances rescued from the curb on garbage night.

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Joel Sartore patrols the curbs in his neighborhood in hopes of rescuing still useful items before they’re hauled to the dump.

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Joel Sartore patrols the curbs in his neighborhood in hopes of rescuing still useful items before they’re hauled to the dump.

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Joel Sartore patrols the curbs in his neighborhood in hopes of rescuing still useful items before they’re hauled to the dump.

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Joel Sartore patrols the curbs in his neighborhood in hopes of rescuing still useful items before they’re hauled to the dump.

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A young boy pushes recyclable trash to the curb to be picked up outside his home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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