Joel Sartore hunts for good stuff along the curb.
A landfill in Lincoln, Nebraska.
A mother holds her son while traveling in an old truck.
Sawing wood on a family farm near Cortland.
An old farm truck at sunset on the DeVries farm near Cortland, NE.
A recycling truck on the streets of New York City.
A 10-year-old expresses her disapproval for “gas guzzlers.”
A truck drives down a gravel road in rural Nebraska.
A semi trailer as seen through a car’s rearview mirror.
Two farmers are silhouetted against the setting sun.
An old car sits parked at a Nebraska farm.
Semi trucks at night on the shoulder of I-80.
As the oil industry expands its activities exponentially every year, supply trucks roll day and night up the haul road connecting Prudhoe Bay with the rest of the world.
A “road to nowhere” cuts through Chile’s Atacama Desert, the driest place on earth.
A road cuts through Chile’s Atacama Desert, the driest place on earth.
Road shot from the Atacama Desert in Chile.
Scenic from Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley.
A truck leaves Ash Meadows NWR, Nevada.
A truck ambles down a dirt road in eastern Nebraska.
A farm truck rumbles down a dirt road near Edison, NE.
A driver looks out over a ranch in the Brazilian Pantanal.
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