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A teenager moves cargo on a pallet jack at a Lincoln factory.

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A teenager moves cargo on a pallet jack at a Lincoln factory.

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A teenager moves cargo on a pallet jack at a Lincoln factory.

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A teenager moves cargo on a pallet jack at a Lincoln factory.

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A man repairs a water leak at Waveland Farm near Walton, NE.

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A farmer talks on a cellular phone at his farm near Fairfax, Missouri.

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Near Needles, CA., workers clear roadways through the Mojare desert on BLM land as part of a project to enhance a new casino area being built by the folks with the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe. Whenever building/construction in the desert is federally related like this, a “monitor” is usually present to walk with the construction gear and look out for desert tortoises.

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A hydroelectric dam’s giant propeller undergoes repairs along the Pacific Northwest’s Columbia River.

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Medicines made from rain forest plants provide much needed income for the residents of Quiandeua, a village in the Brazilian Amazon. A medicinal plant workshop led by American Patricia Shanley and her group, “Women of the Forest” helps villagers derive not only good health but income by conserving valuable forest medicinals and fruits.

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A man runs a trencher at a farm near Dunbar, Nebraska.

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An office worker finds anonymity inside a paper bag in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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An office worker finds anonymity inside a paper bag in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A man saws off a tree trunk under a cloudy sky in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A man saws off a tree trunk under a cloudy sky in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A man saws off a tree trunk under a cloudy sky in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A man saws off a tree trunk from a utility basket in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A man saws off a tree trunk from a utility basket in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Office workers find anonymity inside a paper bag in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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An office worker finds anonymity inside a paper bag in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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An office worker finds anonymity inside a paper bag in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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An accountant smiles in his office in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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An accountant relaxes at his desk in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Encana-owned drilling sites on the mamm field near Rifle/Silt, Colorado. These rigs are drilling amongst the 40-acre housing sites in the Grass Mesa subdivision. The pipe drills some 60 feet per hour at dusk.

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Encana-owned drilling sites on the mamm field near Rifle/Silt, Colorado. These rigs are drilling amongst the 40-acre housing sites in the Grass Mesa subdivision. The pipe drills some 60 feet per hour at dusk.

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A farmer rides a tractor on his farm near Gibbon, Nebraska.

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