Billy Weeks

southern based photographer

The Decade in Images


I remember packing up my office.  It was December and I had over 10 boxes of books and picture frames to move to my 2001 Honda CRV. The space in my small car was at a premium. I had been the Director of Photography and Graphics for The Chattanooga Times Free Press for 11 years and my last official day would be January 2, 2010. I had chosen to change my career and my emotions were mixed. As I walked out to my car caring the last few things, I was followed by several of my staff members, but all I was thinking was I had left the newspaper.  An environment that I loved and had been part of for 26 years.  What would be next?

The next day would be the beginning of 10 years of growth and surprise.  In a few weeks, I found myself in Haiti. There was a massive earthquake and I went.  That was followed by an assignment to Atlanta and a new career as a freelancer.  

It’s impossible to edit 10 years of work without losing a lot of important moments. So, In this collection of photographs, I have posted images with significants to me and subjects. They may not be the best images because I selected for emotion and content. Also, I have always worked to preserve the power of what a single image can be and I believe the still photograph has the power to affect social change.

As time moved on, I continued to photograph and in 2012 was asked to work at UT Chattanooga as an adjunct instructor of photojournalism and in 2016 took a fulltime position. Change was here again.  Many thanks to my UTC teammates and especially my students.  As I look over these’ photographs, I am reminded that the story continues. Here’s to the next 10 years.

PS: Many of the names have been withheld for safety. Also, I have chosen not to post the images in chronological order.

A lady prays during a church service in the village of Namki. Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world with much of its population living on about $750.00 US dollars a year. Over the last 10 years, political uncertainty and lack of foreign investment due to civil strife and labor concerns have delayed economic growth. Monday, May 26th, 2014. (Photo by Billy Weeks)


Mr. Donald Clark lives in Chattanooga Tennessee and he used to own a home. Now he rents and rarely sees his family. 3/11/19 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
6-year-old Ilda Maribel stands in front of an American Flag sheet used as a door in Las Vegas, Nicaragua. 6/22/2016 Wednesday (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Jose Ramon ,54, looks for scrape medals under the trash at the dump in Tomas Borge. Tomas Borge is a community located a few miles outside of Leon, Nicaragua. It has 7 Barrios with about 6,000 families living there. For 50 years Tomas Borge was the city dump and the main income was recycling. Now the dump has been moved a few miles away but is still the lifeblood of the community. A family working in the dump can expect to make a few dollars a day digging through trash. 12/15/17 (Photo by Billy Weeks.)
A young mother and son sitting on her bed. The couple was living in a home of protection near Managua Nicaragua. Thursday 6/10/10 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Mercedes,85, gets emotional talking about her children at her home in Tomas Borge. Tomas Borge is a community located a few miles outside of Leon, Nicaragua. It has 7 Barrios with about 6,000 families living there. For 50 years Tomas Borge was the city dump and the main income was recycling. Now the dump has been moved a few miles away but is still the lifeblood of the community. A family working in the dump can expect to make a few dollars a day digging through trash. 12/13/17 (Photo by Billy Weeks.)
A young girl looks out her door as she waits to be tested for lymphatic filariasis in Limbe, Haiti. A team from IMA World Health conduct an assessment survey to determine the prevalence of lymphatic filariasis following several years of mass drug administration in the region. Saturday, 8/27/16 (photo by Billy Weeks)
10-year-old JJ at her home in San Juan Ojojona, Honduras. Sunday 7/20/14 (Photo By Billy Weeks)
LSU’s Ben Simmons fakes a Tennessee player in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Tennessee. Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015, in Knoxville, Tenn. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
60-year-old Esteban Moreno plays music at his brother’s home in El Guayabo, Honduras. Tuesday 7/7/15 (Photo By Billy Weeks)
Luis Reyes at his home in Carpules, Honduras. Friday July, 19, 2019. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Daly Simmons prays at the entrance to the US Navy Operational Support Center & Marine Corps Reserve Center after a shooting in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA, July 18, 2015. Authorities say the shootings at two different locations left four US Marines and the gunman Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez dead. 7/18/15 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
An FBI Evidences Response Team member at the entrance to the US Navy Operational Support Center & Marine Corps Reserve Center after a shooting in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA, 18 July 2015. Authorities say the shootings at two different locations left four US Marines and the gunman Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez dead. 7/18/15 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Roll call for Gunnery Sergeant Thomas J. Sullivan, Staff Sergeant David Wyatt, Sergeant Carson Holmquist, Logistics Specialist 2nd class Randall Smith and Lance Corporal Skip Wells at a ceremony in remembrance of four Marines and a sailor who were killed in attacks at two military facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee on August 15, 2015. Photo by Billy Weeks
Logistics Specialist 2nd class Randall Smith’s procession in Fort Oglethorpe, GA. Smith was one of four Marines and a sailor who was killed in attacks at two military facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee on August 15, 2015. Tuesday 7/28/15 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
People line up along the road in Fort Oglethorpe, GA during the procession for Logistics Specialist 2nd class Randall Smith. Smith who was one of four Marines and a sailor who were killed in attacks at two military facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee on August 15, 2015. Tuesday 7/28/15 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Vice President Joe Biden speaks at a ceremony in remembrance of four Marines and a sailor who were killed in attacks at two military facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee on August 15, 2015. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Bonnie Hall, Roger Hall, and David Smith of Atlanta, Georgia photograph the total Eclipse in Athens, TN. 8/21/17 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Justin Pace helps clean up the home of Gene and Tammy Humphreys on Short Tail Springs Road after a tornado struck in Harrison, Tennessee. A least 26 people were injured from the storms in Hamilton County on Friday March 2, 2012. Saturday. March 3, 2012. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Men carrying machetes leave the fields after a long day’s work in the small village of Xequechelaj. Tuesday, 8/1/17 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Four sand skiers walk up the dunes at Great Sands National Park. The tallest dunes in North America some over 700 feet tall are the centerpiece in this diverse landscape in Colorado. 8/2/16 (Photo By Billy Weeks)
Early morning light hits the tree line in Grand Teton National Park. Tuesday, 10/21/14 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Cowboy waiting for medical care in Cubulco, Guatemala. 4/11/15 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Marcos, a 39-year-old man, sits in his home in Las Crucitas, Honduras. He had not eaten in days and he sometimes bites his arm. 7/17/14 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Baseball players prepare for a baseball camp in the Dominican Republic. All but one Major League baseball teams have camps in the Dominican Republic. Tuesday 11/16/10 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Mary, an 85-year-old widow is in bad health sit in her one-room home in Moroceli, Honduras. Friday 7/18/14 (Photo By Billy Weeks)
On Tuesday, 12 January 2010 an earthquake caused major damage in Haiti. Port-au-Prince was hit hard with buildings collapsed and over 200,000 killed. Sunday 1/31/10 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Workers are digging to find their family after an earthquake hit Port-au-Prince Haiti. Port-au-Prince was hit hard with buildings collapsed and over 200,000 killed. Monday 2/1/10 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Ed Austin reads the newspaper at the gravesite of his wife which he visits every day. Chattanooga National Cemetery hosted Wreaths Across America last weekend with hundreds of people placing holiday wreaths on graves of veterans. Saturday, December 12, 2018 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Damaged cars and buildings are shown in Ringgold, Georgia on Friday, April 28, 2011. A 25-mile path was cut by deadly tornadoes on Saturday, April 28, leaving many people homeless. Friday, 4/28/2011. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Brian Taylor stops riding his 4 wheeler to take a photograph of a battered truck in Rainsville, Alabama on Friday, April 29, 2011. A 25-mile path was cut by deadly tornadoes on Wednesday, April 27, leaving many people homeless. Friday. April 29,2011. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Damaged homes are shown while looking through a broken window after strong tornados hit n Flintstone, Georgia on Friday, April 29, 2011. A 25-mile path was cut by deadly tornadoes on Saturday, April 28, leaving many people homeless. Saturday, April 30, 2011. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Betra Lagoe and her 8-month-old child Estefanie stand in their home in La Cebadilla, Honduras. 6/29/2016 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Children playing outside of their home near Guaimaca, Honduras. Saturday, July 21, 2013. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Martin Winterkorn , Chairman of the Board of Management of Volkswagen AG, speaks as Volkswagen hosted a grand opening of its new plant and to launch its all-new Passat in Chattanooga, Tennessee on May 24, 2011. Wednesday. May 24, 2011. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Farmers work on the soil near Las Crucitas, Honduras. Wednesday 6/8/11 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Tennessee Chattanooga’s head coach Jim Foster coaches his players in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Tennessee Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014, in Chattanooga, Tenn. Chattanooga Tennessee won 67-63. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Sunrise over the sand dunes at Stovepipe Wells, Death Valley, Sunday, 10/20/13 (Photo By Billy Weeks)
Young men dig through trash looking for anything they can sell at the Tegucigalpa, Honduras landfill. The landfill has about 2000 people who harvest recyclables every day. Many of these people are young children who dig in a mountain of trash for plastic or cardboard and most of the families here make about $5 U.S. dollars a day. 6/30/16 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Early morning light shows a lone car driving up the mountain in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Wed. 12/30/15 (Photo By Billy Weeks)
An 82-year-old lady waits for water Managua, Nicaragua. 7/15/14 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Hixson’s (46) Austin Clark run a long TD during a game with Grace at 2013 Best of Preps Jamboree in Finley Stadium. Chattanooga, TN. Sat, Aug 17, 2013. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A racer is headed down the front straightaway during the Petit Le Mans. For over the past 20 Petit Le Mans has been run in October at Road Atlanta. With four days’ worth of on-track battles, culminating in the 10-hour IMSA WeatherTech Championship finale showdown on Saturday, Road Atlanta is a 2.54-mile road course located just north of Braselton, Georgia, United States. Saturday 10/20/12 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A grandmother and her grandson in La Mora Nicaragua which is a small village in the mountains. Sunday 6/6 2010 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A lady shows a photo of her which highlights her cancer in San Gregorio, Nicaragua. 6/28/12 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A young girl stands in the doorway of their home in Namki, Nepal. Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world with much of its population living on about $750.00 US dollars a year. Over the last 10 years, political uncertainty and lack of foreign investment due to civil strife and labor concerns have delayed economic growth. Monday, May 26th, 2014. (Photo by Billy Weeks) .
A lady sits in the doorway of their home in the village of Namki. Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world with much of its population living on about $750.00 US dollars a year. Over the last 10 years, political uncertainty and lack of foreign investment due to civil strife and labor concerns have delayed economic growth. Monday, May 26th, 2014. (Photo by Billy Weeks) .
A 13-year-old girl carries bricks by hand to be fired. The brickyards of Nepal employ thousands of migrant workers from Nepal and India. Many of the migrant workers travel from the poorer villages to repay a debt that may have occurred with a third party and they carry thousands of bricks by hand or by small donkey. Children who traveled with their parents work in the brickyard all day caring bricks for a few dollars a day. Monday, May 26th, 2014. (Photo by Billy Weeks) .
Workers stack dried bricks into a wall that will be covered by loose dirt and heated by a coal-driven fire. The brickyards of Nepal employ thousands of migrant workers from Nepal and India. Many of the migrant workers travel from the poorer villages to repay a debt that may have occurred with a third party and they carry thousands of bricks by hand or by small donkey. Children who traveled with their parents work in the brickyard all day caring bricks for a few dollars a day. Monday, May 27th, 2014. (Photo by Billy Weeks) .
An older lady fills her basket with broken bricks before carrying them to be discarded. Workers carry bricks on their backs to be fired. The brickyards of Nepal employ thousands of migrant workers from Nepal and India. Many of the migrant workers travel from the poorer villages to repay a debt that may have occurred with a third party and they carry thousands of bricks by hand or by small donkey. Children who traveled with their parents work in the brickyard all day caring bricks for a few dollars a day. Monday, May 27th, 2014. (Photo by Billy Weeks) .
A storm travels over the north rim storm over the Grand Canyon. Saturday 10/18/15 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Cades Cove Methodist Church in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The church originally consisted of a log structure with a dirt floor and a fire pit. The church building, which stands in Cades Cove today, was built in 1902 by John D. McCampbell, the pastor of the church who was also a carpenter. McCampbell completed the new church in 115 days at a cost of $115. Friday, 10/26/2018, (Photo By Billy Weeks)
Yolanda Lopez sells meat at the market in Matagalpa, Nicaragua. Friday. July 26, 2019. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
The Heritage and Ridgeland’s football game was postponed because of lighting on Sept. 27th. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
The first recorded rugby game in the United States was in 1874 with Harvard defeating McGill University. Over the years the rugby was included in the Olympics until 1924 when it was pulled. As a result, American football became more popular. In Chattanooga, we haveUT Chattanooga club rugby. UTCÕs Reece Houk and Katie Noriega of Alabama complete for a line out. 1/26/19 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Pemaquid Point Light was commissioned by John Quincy Adams in 1827 and is located at the entrance of JohnÕs Bay. On a rainy night beam of light can be seen reflecting off the fog and mist. Wednesday, June 12, 2019 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A lone walker was across the Walnut Street bridge which is framed by the Market Street Bridge at sunrise. Wednesday 8/10/11 (Photo By Billy Weeks)
A young girl stands in front of her homemade out of a frame of a bus near Villa De San Francisco, Honduras. Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Central America with many families living on less than 2 dollars a day. Also, according to the UN, Honduras has 86 murders for every 100,000 inhabitants making it the most violent country in the western hemisphere. 7/3/12 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A young girl waits to be tested for lymphatic filariasis in Limbe, Haiti. Task Force epidemiologist Katie Gass, Ph.D., MPH and a team from IMA World Health conduct an assessment survey to determine the prevalence of lymphatic filariasis following several years of mass drug administration in the region. 8/26/16 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A runner in a 5K race runs at sunrise on the National Mall in Washington D.C. Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A photographer looks at the Lincoln Memorial during a photo workshop at sunrise on the National Mall in Washington D.C. Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Khampha Somsihaphanya, MD, conducts an antenatal examine of 24-year-old Viengsay Phettammavong at Mother and Child Health Hospital in Vientiane, Lao PDR, prior to administering seasonal influenza vaccine. Photo date: Sunday 1/22/2017. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
The Chattanooga Lookouts celebrate winning the Southern League Championship after defeating the Biloxi Shuckers in game 5. 9/21/15 (Photo By Billy Weeks)
A young girl lays out hundreds of bricks to dry in the sun. During the dry season one can see dark columns of smoke pouring from over 5oo brick factories in Nepal. The Kathmandu Valley has rich clay that is perfect for making high quality bricks, but the factories have a dark side. The brickyards of Nepal employ thousands of migrant workers from Nepal and India. Many of the migrant workers travel from the poorer villages to repay a debt that may have occurred with a third party and they carry thousands of bricks by hand or by small donkey. Children who traveled with their parents work in the brickyard all day caring bricks for a few dollars a day. Respiratory and stomach diseases are common because of poor sanitation, air pollution, and lack of clean drinking water. Tuesday 4/29/14 (Photo By Billy Weeks)
Chattanooga’s QB Alejandro Bennifield (15) is tackled by LB Tahjai Watt (96) of Western Carolina in the first quarter. Bennifield did not return and Western Carolina won the game 45-7 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Saturday, Sept 30, 2017. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
7-year-old Colt Hilley works on his roping skills this weekend before the Chas. B. Davis rodeo. According to The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), there are over 35 million Pro rodeo fans across American in 2016. This weekend many of those fans came to Ringgold, GA to the 22nd Annual Chas. B. Davis Rodeo and Alan Frierson were named All-around cowboy by winning the saddle bronc event and placing third in steer wrestling. Friday, July 7th, 2017 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Fog and sea spray surrounds the Morris Island Lighthouse in Charleston, SC. Friday 3/23/12 (Photo By Billy Weeks)
UT Chattanooga studentsÕs have a candlelight vigil on the 10 year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the USA. Sunday 9/11/11 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A UT Chattanooga student holds a US flag during a vigil on the 15 year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the USA. Monday 9/11/11 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Father Jose Duvan Gonz‡lez (center) watches the raising of the cross at St. Joseph Church in Dalton, GA. 6/10/17 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A fight during the Washington, Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles football game in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 21, 2014. Photo Billy Weeks
A father and son bath in La Mora Nicaragua which is a small village in the mountains. Sunday 6/6 2010 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Maria and her 3-year-old daughter in their dirt floor home in San Jose Yalu, Guatemala. According to the government, 7 out of 10 indecent people in Guatemala live in poverty. 4/8/15 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A grandmother takes care of her grandson as his mother looks for food in a dried-up rice field. Daily life along the Mekong River. Lao PDR Ministry of Health oversees a public health program to eliminate a parasitic disease called schistosomiasis from islands located in the Mekong River in southern Lao PDR. This effort included the implementation of water, sanitation, and hygiene interventions. Thursday 1/26/17 2017 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Kevin,5, who is playing with his grandfather Jose at their home in Tomas Borge. Tomas Borge is a community located a few miles outside of Leon, Nicaragua. It has 7 Barrios with about 6,000 families living there. For 50 years Tomas Borge was the city dump and the main income was recycling. Now the dump has been moved a few miles away but is still the lifeblood of the community. A family working in the dump can expect to make a few dollars a day digging through trash. 12/15/17 (Photo by Billy Weeks.)
Late afternoon light hits the waterfall at Cloudland Canyon State Park. Friday, 3/23/14 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
President Barack Obama is greeted by a crowd of cell phones at Amazon. He was in town to give the first in a series of policy speeches on job growth today at Amazon in Chattanooga, TN. Tuesday, July 30, 2013. (Photo/Billy Weeks)
American Airlines flight from Chicago to Miami flies over Chattanooga, Tenn. during the Mercury Transit. Mercury is one of the smallest planets in the solar system and on rare occasions will pass between Earth and the Sun as seen as a small dot near the center of the sun in this image. Image made using a color filter. Monday, November 11, 2019, (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Guatemala City has the largest city dump in Central America and it supports thousands of people who harvest supplies from the garbage. 8/4/17 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
University of Chattanooga tight end Garrett Hughes dives over an Appy State defender to get out of bounds in the 4th quarter. Appy State won the game. Saturday 9/4/10 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
During the Kensington Rodeo, children chase a calf with a ribbon tied to its tail. The child who pulls the ribbon off the calf gets $20. 9/5/10 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
In Timbenao Village, Chikwawa District, Malawi, a mass drug administration (MDA) is held on Oct. 19, 2016, for the elimination of trachoma. The Task Force for Global Health’s International Trachoma Initiative manages Pfizer’s donation of antibiotics for MDA, which is part of a comprehensive strategy called SAFE to eliminate trachoma. During the weeks of Oct. 17-28, 2016, an estimated half-million people in more than 100 communities took part in MDA in Malawi. The country is expected to eliminate trachoma by 2020. Tues. Oct 18th, 2016 (Photo By Billy Weeks)
90-year-old Maria Elena carries to be placed at the toom of her son Alfonso who died at age 46. 4/12/15 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Two barrow riders watch the competition during the Kensington Rodeo. 9/5/10 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A girl with her doll in Guaimaca, Honduras. Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Central America with many families living on less than 2 dollars a day. Also, according to the UN, Honduras has 86 murders for every 100,000 inhabitants making it the most violent country in the western hemisphere. 7/3/12 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
UT Chattanooga’s Head Football Coach Russ Huesman reacts after Sanford misses a long field goal late in a game with Samford in Birmingham, AL. Saturday, Nov 16, 2013. (Photo/Billy Weeks)
A man carries food down a flooded street in El Rama, Nicaragua. Nicaragua had been in a drought until a tropical depression dumped enough rain to flood the city and kill 4 people. Over a 1000 people were evacuated on Sun July 13th, 2014. (Photo by Billy Weeks) .
With clouds in the background, a lone fisherman rides a bike down the beach for early morning fishing in the Atlantic Ocean near Coligny on Hilton Head Island. 7/4/18 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Booker Scruggs sax sits near an open door during a concert in Chattanooga, TN. 4/5/16 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Sebastian Galo, who is 74, sits at his home in La Cebadilla, Honduras. Wednesday 6/29/2016 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Ophthalmic Clinical Officer Rex Bwanausi performs trichiasis surgery at Chikwawa District Hospital in Malawi. These procedures are part of a comprehensive strategy called SAFE to eliminate trachoma as a public health problem in Malawi. The Task Force for Global Health is working with partners to eliminate trachoma in Malawi by 2020. Tues, Oct. 18, 2016. (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Eulogy,95, walks over 10 miles every day to beg for money at the market. Tomas Borge is a community located a few miles outside of Leon, Nicaragua. It has 7 Barrios with about 6,000 families living there. For 50 years Tomas Borge was the city dump and the main income was recycling. Now the dump has been moved a few miles away but is still the lifeblood of the community. A family working in the dump can expect to make a few dollars a day digging through trash. 12/13/17 (Photo by Billy Weeks.)
After the water is drained from the rice fields women dig for small frogs which are used for food. 1/26/2017 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Abel Hernandez stands in a hole where the bodies of his father and other family members were left in the Guatemalan conflict in 1980. 8/1/17 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Tourists comb the beach looking for crabs on Navarre Beach, FL. 8/11/17 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Daniel Lopez (80) and his wife Luisa (82) sit at their home in a small village of Xequechelaj. Daniel, who is blind, has worked in the field since he was 10 years old. 8/3/17 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
A Ringgold assistant coach jumps as time runs out and Ringgold defeated Heritage 36-34. 8/28/15 (Photo by Billy Weeks)
Carman,3, holds her doll at her home in Tomas Borge. Tomas Borge is a community located a few miles outside of Leon, Nicaragua. It has 7 Barrios with about 6,000 families living there. For 50 years Tomas Borge was the city dump and the main income was recycling. Now the dump has been moved a few miles away but is still the lifeblood of the community. A family working in the dump can expect to make a few dollars a day digging through trash. 2/13/17 (Photo by Billy Weeks.)
Megan Rapine reacts to missing a shot during the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team’s match against Costa Rica during the first half of a women’s friendly soccer match on Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015, in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The U.S. won 8-0. (Photo/Billy Weeks)
A bull Elk sits in Rocky Mountain National Park near Trail Ridge Road. The park has 415 square miles and is the fourth most visited National Park in America. It’s located about two hours drive from Denver, Co. Aug 2016. (Photo By Billy Weeks)

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