Firefighters appear to float above a salvage yard as they blast a veiled fire with water.
My photo of a young woman at the Indianapolis Women's March in January of 2017 won first place for best general news photo at the HSPA Better Newspaper Contest in the 4th division of daily newspapers (6,000- 13,999 circulations).
Alina Rachford, 17, and daughter of a Russian immigrant looks up to Cordelia Lewis Burks, Vice Chair of the Indiana Democratic Party, as she speaks at the Women's March on Washington Sister-Rally in Indianapolis on Saturday, January 21st, 2017.
In this moment, as Marial Wel is escorted to Clark County jail, he tells reporters, "what I did is my mistake," as heavy tears collect under his eyes.
Joseph Manske, one of two people charged in the unnatural death of a 3-year-old , walks out of Clark County Circuit Court 4 after backing out of a plea agreement.
Florent Geroux removes his helmet after running the 143rd Kentucky Derby.
President Donald Trump takes the stage, surrounded by cheering supporters waving signs at his rally in Louisville.
The Women's March in Indianapolis heads toward the State House after winding around Monument Circle.
The upper and lower decks of the Louisville Expo Center fill up with supporters, framing a large American Flag during President Donald Trump's rally in Kentucky
An inmate at the Floyd County jail walks through a shadow cast by bars on an overhead window.
Officer AJ Vissing escorts a woman in handcuffs from a motel room in Clarksville as he makes an arrest.
A JeffBoat welder secures a handrail on a barge.
A firebreather ends his act with a large fire ball under the big top during the Kelly Miller Circus.
Former Gov. Mitch Daniels visits the Lewis and Clark Bridge for the first time since its completion. Daniels was instrumental in initiating the Ohio River Bridges Project, as he was sitting governor when Indiana and Kentucky partnered to make the project a reality.
Jerrie Barber, 71, treks across the Big Four bridge through a morning snow shower, leaving behind a fifth string of shoeprints over the Ohio River. Barber, Minister of the Northside Church of Christ in Jeffersonville, says he usually doesn't wear shoes and has ran over 4,000 miles barefoot.
I stumbled upon Barber running while out looking for standalone photos.
Always Dreaming storms through the muddy finish line, with jockey John Velasquez, winning the 143rd Kentucky Derby.
Flood waters reach Marshall's New & Used Auto Parts in Clarksville, drowning a row of school busses.
Kevan Gentry flys off a small ramp over a traffic cone in New Albany, Indiana as he warms up for a competition.
Tierra performs a Juneteenth praise dance at Bicentennial Park in New Albany, Indiana.a
The News and Tribune newsroom teamed up for an investigative journalism project that broached the heroin epidemic in southern Indiana. Components of the project in which I was involved included short documentary video productions, ride-along assignments with law enforcement and making compelling photographs to accompany stories.
Archie Smallwood counts out half a dozen doughnuts and slides them off a stick into a paper sack to be served immediately after glazing during Harvest Homecoming in New Albany, Indiana.
Jadon Russell, 7, emerges from a slide at Clarksville Cove in the rain after the water park's ribbon cutting
A volunteer firefighter takes a break from fighting a silo fire in Greenville, Indiana.
A man carries a large American Flag during the Veterans Day Parade downtown on Saturday. Josh Hicks/for IndyStar
A tightrope walker tiptoes across a wire in ballerina shoes under the Kelly Miller Circus tent at Highlander Point in Floyds Knobs.
My photo of four people staring up at the August 2017 total eclipse won an award from the Associated Press of Media Editors
Hanover football players splash into Deam Lake during the Special Olympic Polar Plunge in Borden, Indiana.
Jordan Smith brushes some powder on her face and neck before heading for the stage during rehearsal on Tuesday. Smith plays Joetta in Jeffersonville High School's production of "Birmingham."
Hannah Bast feeds a cow fresh goat milk in one of the family's barns.
Clark County prosecutor Jeremy Mull said in a press conference at the ISP District 45 headquarters in Sellersburg on Wed. that he will be charging 79-year-old Oscar Kays with counts of attempted murder of a police officer, aggravated battery and resisting law enforcement.
Brelyn Pratt, 3, admires her new back yard from the kitchen of her family's new-to-them house that was rehabilitated by Habitat for Humanity.
Just a photo of a baby in white photographed on a white bed at a hospital.
Schimpff's Confectionery owners Jill, left, and Warren Schimpff pose in front of jars full candy at their store, which was established in 1891, in Jeffersonville.
New Albany High School Students cheer on the Bulldogs during a basketball game.
New Albany's Romeo Langford gets in close for a lay up during the Bulldogs' 65-64 win over Princeton at the Doghouse on January 19th, 2018.
Romeo Langford gets welcomed by his teammates and a full Doghouse on Friday before the Bulldogs' 65-64 win over Princeton on January 19th, 2018.
Bibimbab: rice with vegetables and an egg with Mango Boba Tea
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Middle Schoolers rush to their lockers during their first day at St. Mary of the Knobs.
Sisters Cora, 6, left, and Zoey Lenfert, 4, peek over the gallery bar before approaching the bench to adopt their dolls at the Clark County Court in Jeffersonville.
Webelo Boy Scouts Eli, left, and Jovanny recite the Pledge of Allegiance during the Memorial Day service at the Clark County Government Building.