A family looks on in amusement at the Beast and his "operator" Shawn Hennessy as they make an appearance at the Flea Off Market in The Highlands, Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday, October 23, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

A family looks on in amusement at the Beast and his "operator" Shawn Hennessy as they make an appearance at the Flea Off Market in The Highlands, Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday, October 23, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

 Near Wat Paknam Phasi Charoen a local woman paddles her styrofoam boat down one of the many canals in the area on Sunday, July 30. The canals built predominantly under the declaration of Kings Rama III and Rama IV support many residents of the "real" Bangkok, where society moves at a much slower, less metropolitan pace which illustrates first hand the cultural divides that exist in the metropolis.  © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

Near Wat Paknam Phasi Charoen a local woman paddles her styrofoam boat down one of the many canals in the area on Sunday, July 30. The canals built predominantly under the declaration of Kings Rama III and Rama IV support many residents of the "real" Bangkok, where society moves at a much slower, less metropolitan pace which illustrates first hand the cultural divides that exist in the metropolis.

© 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

 An intimate conversation amidst the crowds at the Spring Football game at Western Kentucky University on Saturday, April 4, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

An intimate conversation amidst the crowds at the Spring Football game at Western Kentucky University on Saturday, April 4, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

 Quickly and carefully a boy and his father pull the catfish they hooked out of the waters of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand on Sunday, July 2. The Chao Phraya River is a lifeline in Thailand. Starting in the Nakhon Sawan Province the river flows 372 kilometers (231 miles) to the South through Bangkok and into the Gulf of Thailand. Not only does the Chao Phraya enable goods and people to travel throughout the country, it also provides them with an ever important source of freshwater and a diverse assortment of foods.  © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

Quickly and carefully a boy and his father pull the catfish they hooked out of the waters of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand on Sunday, July 2. The Chao Phraya River is a lifeline in Thailand. Starting in the Nakhon Sawan Province the river flows 372 kilometers (231 miles) to the South through Bangkok and into the Gulf of Thailand. Not only does the Chao Phraya enable goods and people to travel throughout the country, it also provides them with an ever important source of freshwater and a diverse assortment of foods.

© 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

 "The first step is admitting you have a dream", is written on the steps facing the inner circle of Piedmont Park as a local ascends towards Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia on Friday, August 4. © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

"The first step is admitting you have a dream", is written on the steps facing the inner circle of Piedmont Park as a local ascends towards Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia on Friday, August 4. © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

 Nick Stone (center) from Frankfort, Kentucky gives Anna Dong (right) from Morganfield, Kentucky a piggy-back ride through the fountain by the Margie Helm Library at Western Kentucky University on Friday, July 15, 2016. The fountain run is an annual tradition that takes place after classes release on the last Friday of VAMPY. The campers gather and run through the fountain as a right of passage to either the next year of camp or the next great steps in life.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey 

Nick Stone (center) from Frankfort, Kentucky gives Anna Dong (right) from Morganfield, Kentucky a piggy-back ride through the fountain by the Margie Helm Library at Western Kentucky University on Friday, July 15, 2016. The fountain run is an annual tradition that takes place after classes release on the last Friday of VAMPY. The campers gather and run through the fountain as a right of passage to either the next year of camp or the next great steps in life.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey 

 A small girl cries for her mother (not pictured) during the morning routine of English Camp at Panitandekdee School on Tuesday, June 13 in Amphoe Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand. Amazingly even some of the youngest children at this school were fully or nearly fluent in English which speaks volumes about the lengths the faculty and staff go to in order to ensure a quality education for their students.  © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

A small girl cries for her mother (not pictured) during the morning routine of English Camp at Panitandekdee School on Tuesday, June 13 in Amphoe Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand. Amazingly even some of the youngest children at this school were fully or nearly fluent in English which speaks volumes about the lengths the faculty and staff go to in order to ensure a quality education for their students.

© 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

 Team Albania tugs their way to a gold medal competing in the tug-of-war event during the annual SCATS Olympics Games on Saturday, June 18, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

Team Albania tugs their way to a gold medal competing in the tug-of-war event during the annual SCATS Olympics Games on Saturday, June 18, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

 Even though the sky is overcast and the air is cold Justin Hunt gets some practice in at the Dave Armstrong Extreme Park in Louisville, Kentucky on Friday, December 23, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

Even though the sky is overcast and the air is cold Justin Hunt gets some practice in at the Dave Armstrong Extreme Park in Louisville, Kentucky on Friday, December 23, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

 A quiet moment between lovers on Saturday, September 26, 2015 on Ohio University Campus in Athens, Ohio.  © 2015 Tucker Allen Covey

A quiet moment between lovers on Saturday, September 26, 2015 on Ohio University Campus in Athens, Ohio.

© 2015 Tucker Allen Covey

 A woman on her daily commute in the sea of traffic that engulfs the streets of Bangkok during afternoon rush hour on Tuesday, July 25.   © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

A woman on her daily commute in the sea of traffic that engulfs the streets of Bangkok during afternoon rush hour on Tuesday, July 25. 

© 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

 The second annual Western Kentucky University Drag Show sponsored by Housing and Residence Life was a very popular event, especially for the sizable Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer community at WKU on Tuesday, April 7, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

The second annual Western Kentucky University Drag Show sponsored by Housing and Residence Life was a very popular event, especially for the sizable Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer community at WKU on Tuesday, April 7, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

 Seth Pendleton (middle) from Louisville, Kentucky asks Chemistry of Everyday teacher Amanda Brooks (far left) a question before the class begins a lab on Wednesday, June 15, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

Seth Pendleton (middle) from Louisville, Kentucky asks Chemistry of Everyday teacher Amanda Brooks (far left) a question before the class begins a lab on Wednesday, June 15, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

 On route to a boat landing to Bang Krachao on the Chao Praya River a taxi driver drives his "Tuk Tuk", on Thursday, June 8 in Bangkok, Thailand. Tuk Tuks are three wheeled motorized scooters that can be seen throughout the city of Bangkok and the country of Thailand as well as many other Southeast Asian countries. Providing an excellent and affordable means of transportation, tourists and Thais alike can be seen all hours of the day on their commute.  © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

On route to a boat landing to Bang Krachao on the Chao Praya River a taxi driver drives his "Tuk Tuk", on Thursday, June 8 in Bangkok, Thailand. Tuk Tuks are three wheeled motorized scooters that can be seen throughout the city of Bangkok and the country of Thailand as well as many other Southeast Asian countries. Providing an excellent and affordable means of transportation, tourists and Thais alike can be seen all hours of the day on their commute. 
© 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

 Working quickly Shawn Hennessey replaces the cloth eyes originally used on the puppet Francis with larger moving eyes in his Louisville, Kentucky workshop on Friday, November 4, 2016. For a puppet that sits motionless on stage looking interesting is only half of the battle, therefore motion is critical to maintain a connection with the audience; especially when the audience is comprised mainly of children.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

Working quickly Shawn Hennessey replaces the cloth eyes originally used on the puppet Francis with larger moving eyes in his Louisville, Kentucky workshop on Friday, November 4, 2016. For a puppet that sits motionless on stage looking interesting is only half of the battle, therefore motion is critical to maintain a connection with the audience; especially when the audience is comprised mainly of children.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

 Local men in Wutthakat fish in one of the many canals that surround the area on Sunday, July 30 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Wutthaka area of Bangkok has benefitted greatly from the ease of access they have to the more upscale and metropolitan central areas of the city such a Sukhumvit or Silom via BTS (Skytrain) and other modern public transit solutions. This has been good for the people living in Bangkok's urban sprawl; however due to lower levels of economic mobility and education in English, these outlying areas of Bangkok cause many residents to remain in a lifestyle much like that of their ancestors. Whether or not this is considered a major issue to many of them is yet to be determined. Many feel very differently about the current Thai Government, a military dictatorship, than many younger more metropolitan or affluent Thais in Bangkok. October 16 will mark the end of the year of mourning of King Rama IX's death and will begin a new chapter of how Thailand chooses to govern itself.

Local men in Wutthakat fish in one of the many canals that surround the area on Sunday, July 30 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Wutthaka area of Bangkok has benefitted greatly from the ease of access they have to the more upscale and metropolitan central areas of the city such a Sukhumvit or Silom via BTS (Skytrain) and other modern public transit solutions. This has been good for the people living in Bangkok's urban sprawl; however due to lower levels of economic mobility and education in English, these outlying areas of Bangkok cause many residents to remain in a lifestyle much like that of their ancestors. Whether or not this is considered a major issue to many of them is yet to be determined. Many feel very differently about the current Thai Government, a military dictatorship, than many younger more metropolitan or affluent Thais in Bangkok. October 16 will mark the end of the year of mourning of King Rama IX's death and will begin a new chapter of how Thailand chooses to govern itself.

 National Stem Cell Foundation Scholar Bruce Boehne (left) from Zion Lutheran School in Dallas, Texas launches his homemade rocket using compressed air with help from SKyTeach Master Teacher Rico Tyler (right) outside of Gary A. Ransdell Hall on Tuesday, June 7, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

National Stem Cell Foundation Scholar Bruce Boehne (left) from Zion Lutheran School in Dallas, Texas launches his homemade rocket using compressed air with help from SKyTeach Master Teacher Rico Tyler (right) outside of Gary A. Ransdell Hall on Tuesday, June 7, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

 An elderly woman waits for the parade to pass by her house in Russellville, Kentucky on Saturday, November 11, 2015. The parade is part of the final day of celebrations of the Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival.  © 2015 Tucker Allen Covey

An elderly woman waits for the parade to pass by her house in Russellville, Kentucky on Saturday, November 11, 2015. The parade is part of the final day of celebrations of the Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival.

© 2015 Tucker Allen Covey

 On the walkway to the bottom of Wat Saket Ratcha Wora Maha Wihan a local man naps on Wednesday, July 26 in Bangkok, Thailand. The relative location and being one if not the highest point in the immediate area make Wat Saket extremely windy, therefore the temperature, especially at the top, is much cooler than the lower surrounding areas.  © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

On the walkway to the bottom of Wat Saket Ratcha Wora Maha Wihan a local man naps on Wednesday, July 26 in Bangkok, Thailand. The relative location and being one if not the highest point in the immediate area make Wat Saket extremely windy, therefore the temperature, especially at the top, is much cooler than the lower surrounding areas.

© 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

 A family looks on in amusement at the Beast and his "operator" Shawn Hennessy as they make an appearance at the Flea Off Market in The Highlands, Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday, October 23, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey
 Near Wat Paknam Phasi Charoen a local woman paddles her styrofoam boat down one of the many canals in the area on Sunday, July 30. The canals built predominantly under the declaration of Kings Rama III and Rama IV support many residents of the "real" Bangkok, where society moves at a much slower, less metropolitan pace which illustrates first hand the cultural divides that exist in the metropolis.  © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey
 An intimate conversation amidst the crowds at the Spring Football game at Western Kentucky University on Saturday, April 4, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey
 Quickly and carefully a boy and his father pull the catfish they hooked out of the waters of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand on Sunday, July 2. The Chao Phraya River is a lifeline in Thailand. Starting in the Nakhon Sawan Province the river flows 372 kilometers (231 miles) to the South through Bangkok and into the Gulf of Thailand. Not only does the Chao Phraya enable goods and people to travel throughout the country, it also provides them with an ever important source of freshwater and a diverse assortment of foods.  © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey
 "The first step is admitting you have a dream", is written on the steps facing the inner circle of Piedmont Park as a local ascends towards Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia on Friday, August 4. © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey
 Nick Stone (center) from Frankfort, Kentucky gives Anna Dong (right) from Morganfield, Kentucky a piggy-back ride through the fountain by the Margie Helm Library at Western Kentucky University on Friday, July 15, 2016. The fountain run is an annual tradition that takes place after classes release on the last Friday of VAMPY. The campers gather and run through the fountain as a right of passage to either the next year of camp or the next great steps in life.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey 
 A small girl cries for her mother (not pictured) during the morning routine of English Camp at Panitandekdee School on Tuesday, June 13 in Amphoe Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand. Amazingly even some of the youngest children at this school were fully or nearly fluent in English which speaks volumes about the lengths the faculty and staff go to in order to ensure a quality education for their students.  © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey
 Team Albania tugs their way to a gold medal competing in the tug-of-war event during the annual SCATS Olympics Games on Saturday, June 18, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey
 Even though the sky is overcast and the air is cold Justin Hunt gets some practice in at the Dave Armstrong Extreme Park in Louisville, Kentucky on Friday, December 23, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey
 A quiet moment between lovers on Saturday, September 26, 2015 on Ohio University Campus in Athens, Ohio.  © 2015 Tucker Allen Covey
 A woman on her daily commute in the sea of traffic that engulfs the streets of Bangkok during afternoon rush hour on Tuesday, July 25.   © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey
 The second annual Western Kentucky University Drag Show sponsored by Housing and Residence Life was a very popular event, especially for the sizable Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer community at WKU on Tuesday, April 7, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey
 Seth Pendleton (middle) from Louisville, Kentucky asks Chemistry of Everyday teacher Amanda Brooks (far left) a question before the class begins a lab on Wednesday, June 15, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey
 On route to a boat landing to Bang Krachao on the Chao Praya River a taxi driver drives his "Tuk Tuk", on Thursday, June 8 in Bangkok, Thailand. Tuk Tuks are three wheeled motorized scooters that can be seen throughout the city of Bangkok and the country of Thailand as well as many other Southeast Asian countries. Providing an excellent and affordable means of transportation, tourists and Thais alike can be seen all hours of the day on their commute.  © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey
 Working quickly Shawn Hennessey replaces the cloth eyes originally used on the puppet Francis with larger moving eyes in his Louisville, Kentucky workshop on Friday, November 4, 2016. For a puppet that sits motionless on stage looking interesting is only half of the battle, therefore motion is critical to maintain a connection with the audience; especially when the audience is comprised mainly of children.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey
 Local men in Wutthakat fish in one of the many canals that surround the area on Sunday, July 30 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Wutthaka area of Bangkok has benefitted greatly from the ease of access they have to the more upscale and metropolitan central areas of the city such a Sukhumvit or Silom via BTS (Skytrain) and other modern public transit solutions. This has been good for the people living in Bangkok's urban sprawl; however due to lower levels of economic mobility and education in English, these outlying areas of Bangkok cause many residents to remain in a lifestyle much like that of their ancestors. Whether or not this is considered a major issue to many of them is yet to be determined. Many feel very differently about the current Thai Government, a military dictatorship, than many younger more metropolitan or affluent Thais in Bangkok. October 16 will mark the end of the year of mourning of King Rama IX's death and will begin a new chapter of how Thailand chooses to govern itself.
 National Stem Cell Foundation Scholar Bruce Boehne (left) from Zion Lutheran School in Dallas, Texas launches his homemade rocket using compressed air with help from SKyTeach Master Teacher Rico Tyler (right) outside of Gary A. Ransdell Hall on Tuesday, June 7, 2016.  © 2016 Tucker Allen Covey
 An elderly woman waits for the parade to pass by her house in Russellville, Kentucky on Saturday, November 11, 2015. The parade is part of the final day of celebrations of the Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival.  © 2015 Tucker Allen Covey
 On the walkway to the bottom of Wat Saket Ratcha Wora Maha Wihan a local man naps on Wednesday, July 26 in Bangkok, Thailand. The relative location and being one if not the highest point in the immediate area make Wat Saket extremely windy, therefore the temperature, especially at the top, is much cooler than the lower surrounding areas.  © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

A family looks on in amusement at the Beast and his "operator" Shawn Hennessy as they make an appearance at the Flea Off Market in The Highlands, Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday, October 23, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

Near Wat Paknam Phasi Charoen a local woman paddles her styrofoam boat down one of the many canals in the area on Sunday, July 30. The canals built predominantly under the declaration of Kings Rama III and Rama IV support many residents of the "real" Bangkok, where society moves at a much slower, less metropolitan pace which illustrates first hand the cultural divides that exist in the metropolis.

© 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

An intimate conversation amidst the crowds at the Spring Football game at Western Kentucky University on Saturday, April 4, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

Quickly and carefully a boy and his father pull the catfish they hooked out of the waters of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand on Sunday, July 2. The Chao Phraya River is a lifeline in Thailand. Starting in the Nakhon Sawan Province the river flows 372 kilometers (231 miles) to the South through Bangkok and into the Gulf of Thailand. Not only does the Chao Phraya enable goods and people to travel throughout the country, it also provides them with an ever important source of freshwater and a diverse assortment of foods.

© 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

"The first step is admitting you have a dream", is written on the steps facing the inner circle of Piedmont Park as a local ascends towards Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia on Friday, August 4. © 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

Nick Stone (center) from Frankfort, Kentucky gives Anna Dong (right) from Morganfield, Kentucky a piggy-back ride through the fountain by the Margie Helm Library at Western Kentucky University on Friday, July 15, 2016. The fountain run is an annual tradition that takes place after classes release on the last Friday of VAMPY. The campers gather and run through the fountain as a right of passage to either the next year of camp or the next great steps in life.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey 

A small girl cries for her mother (not pictured) during the morning routine of English Camp at Panitandekdee School on Tuesday, June 13 in Amphoe Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand. Amazingly even some of the youngest children at this school were fully or nearly fluent in English which speaks volumes about the lengths the faculty and staff go to in order to ensure a quality education for their students.

© 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

Team Albania tugs their way to a gold medal competing in the tug-of-war event during the annual SCATS Olympics Games on Saturday, June 18, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

Even though the sky is overcast and the air is cold Justin Hunt gets some practice in at the Dave Armstrong Extreme Park in Louisville, Kentucky on Friday, December 23, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

A quiet moment between lovers on Saturday, September 26, 2015 on Ohio University Campus in Athens, Ohio.

© 2015 Tucker Allen Covey

A woman on her daily commute in the sea of traffic that engulfs the streets of Bangkok during afternoon rush hour on Tuesday, July 25. 

© 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

The second annual Western Kentucky University Drag Show sponsored by Housing and Residence Life was a very popular event, especially for the sizable Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer community at WKU on Tuesday, April 7, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

Seth Pendleton (middle) from Louisville, Kentucky asks Chemistry of Everyday teacher Amanda Brooks (far left) a question before the class begins a lab on Wednesday, June 15, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

On route to a boat landing to Bang Krachao on the Chao Praya River a taxi driver drives his "Tuk Tuk", on Thursday, June 8 in Bangkok, Thailand. Tuk Tuks are three wheeled motorized scooters that can be seen throughout the city of Bangkok and the country of Thailand as well as many other Southeast Asian countries. Providing an excellent and affordable means of transportation, tourists and Thais alike can be seen all hours of the day on their commute. 
© 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

Working quickly Shawn Hennessey replaces the cloth eyes originally used on the puppet Francis with larger moving eyes in his Louisville, Kentucky workshop on Friday, November 4, 2016. For a puppet that sits motionless on stage looking interesting is only half of the battle, therefore motion is critical to maintain a connection with the audience; especially when the audience is comprised mainly of children.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

Local men in Wutthakat fish in one of the many canals that surround the area on Sunday, July 30 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Wutthaka area of Bangkok has benefitted greatly from the ease of access they have to the more upscale and metropolitan central areas of the city such a Sukhumvit or Silom via BTS (Skytrain) and other modern public transit solutions. This has been good for the people living in Bangkok's urban sprawl; however due to lower levels of economic mobility and education in English, these outlying areas of Bangkok cause many residents to remain in a lifestyle much like that of their ancestors. Whether or not this is considered a major issue to many of them is yet to be determined. Many feel very differently about the current Thai Government, a military dictatorship, than many younger more metropolitan or affluent Thais in Bangkok. October 16 will mark the end of the year of mourning of King Rama IX's death and will begin a new chapter of how Thailand chooses to govern itself.

National Stem Cell Foundation Scholar Bruce Boehne (left) from Zion Lutheran School in Dallas, Texas launches his homemade rocket using compressed air with help from SKyTeach Master Teacher Rico Tyler (right) outside of Gary A. Ransdell Hall on Tuesday, June 7, 2016.

© 2016 Tucker Allen Covey

An elderly woman waits for the parade to pass by her house in Russellville, Kentucky on Saturday, November 11, 2015. The parade is part of the final day of celebrations of the Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival.

© 2015 Tucker Allen Covey

On the walkway to the bottom of Wat Saket Ratcha Wora Maha Wihan a local man naps on Wednesday, July 26 in Bangkok, Thailand. The relative location and being one if not the highest point in the immediate area make Wat Saket extremely windy, therefore the temperature, especially at the top, is much cooler than the lower surrounding areas.

© 2017 Tucker Allen Covey

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