Portraits

Danny L. Cannon, 63, stands in front of his home in the Calhoun neighborhood in Clemson, S.C. Cannon is a diehard Clemson football fan, but he and his neighbors have been feeling increased pressure from living less than two miles from the university. Cannon says the neighborhood is a fraction of the size it was when he first moved there 40 years ago. Over the years, hotels, apartments and most recently, a $25 million student housing complex, have been built in parts of what used to be the neighborhood. "You gotta hold onto what you have. It's family land. It's my land," Cannon says.
Rev. Darian Blue is a pastor and community leader in the Nicholtown area of Greenville, S.C. He has been working towards improving his community through worship and direct action to make the lives of his followers and neighbors better.
Mary Kate Wyer of Southside Christian School is a finalist for The Greenville News All Upstate girls soccer player of the year.
Lloyd Brandt, a veteran of the Marine Corps, is reflected in a framed photograph of other soldiers who served during World War II, including his twin brother Lester.
Lakewood golf player Brooks Venuti, 18, left, lies on the green as his teammate Justin Collins, 16, putts at the Lakewood Golf Course on Friday, April 2, 2014.
Deported migrants get ready for bed at the San Juan Bosco in Nogales, Sonora. Many migrants say they will try to cross the border into the United States again in hopes of a better life despite risk of serious injury, apprehension by U.S. Border Patrol and death in the desert.
Johnnie Grant performs as "Jean D'eau" at the Foam Fusion JamFest in Atlanta on June 30, 2018. Grant was headed to Charlotte for a performance when his rental car was pulled over in South Carolina and he had $8,000 seized by law enforcement.
Toby Price (24) buckles up before competing in the WISSOTA Super Stock Friday night at Black Hills Speedway.
Auburn Drury of Spearfish won the 123 pound senior division championship of the Ringside World Championships in Independence, Missouri. More than 1300 boxers from around the world competed in the tournament.
From top left, Bernie, a 1-year-old English bulldog, Ellie, a 2-year-old parti-color cocker spaniel, Lazy Hearts Shining Star, a 3-year-old German shorthaired pointer and Angie, a 7-month-old shirley bastian dachshund pose for portraits Friday afternoon during the Rapid City Kennel Club Dog Show at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.
Millikan High School artist Alison Pirie stands behind one of one of her acrylic and ink pen pieces, "Tampered Adolescence," in the school art gallery on Wednesday, April 2, 2014.
From left, Jack Williams, 4, Clara Lawrence, 13, and Myleigh McDowell, 8, pose for a portrait on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019. The three childhood cancer survivors will be participating in the upcoming CHOP! Cancer cook-off.