Nearing the end of a long day for this woman planting rice as the sun sets in this scene from coastal Viet Nam, between Phu Tai and Phu Cat.
Vietnamese woman near Pleiku, Viet Nam, 1971.
Vietnamese School Boys
School Boys in Binh Dinh Provence near the An Khe Pass, Vietnam.
Woman at Phu Tai, Binh Dinh Provence, Republic of Viet Nam.
Girl holding a baby near Pleiku, Viet Nam, with a third person expressing the sentiments of most in the area.
Lady in Purple, near Pleiku, Viet Nam.
Betel Nut Smile
Blackened teeth caused by chewing the nut of the araca palm sliced and wrapped in betel leaves, a climbing plant. It is a mild stimulant with addictive qualities but in Viet Nam it has cultural significance.
Montagnards Going to Market
People taking produce to market along QL 19, east of Pleiku, Republic of Viet Nam, 1971.
A Montagnard woman, Central Highlands, Viet Nam.
Montagnard Woman and Child
The French referred to the mountain tribes of the Central Highlands of Viet Nam as Montagnards collectively, or People of the Mountains.
Cleaning salmon totes with pressurized steam, Kenai, Alaska.
Senor Quiron, an agricultural worker.
Senor Tlacuatl, an Azteca man, working the watermelon crop in Glenville, Ga.
Yupik girls at Gambell, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska.
Yupik girl at Gambell, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska.
Mr. John Francis, provider of free meals for those in need. Sunlight reflecting from an aluminum ramp provided the strong, low lighting.
William Harpley of Wrens, Ga. Combat veteran, U.S. Marine Corps, Viet Nam and artist.
Hard times traveling man in southeastern Georgia. Temperature was 100 degrees F and no shade in sight. Another Marine Corps veteran and his dog Buddy.
Senor Monoriela, working the watermelon crop in Glenville, Ga.
Lester "Hog Wild" Johnson.