Children play volleyball during the Twinsburg Bicentennial Back to School Celebration, Wednesday, August 30, 2017.
Braydon Lyons, and his daughter, Cora enjoy the balloon launches during the 39'th annual "Balloon A-Fair", Saturday, September 16, 2017 in Ravenna, Ohio. Andrew Dolph/Recourd-Courier
Kids and families take in the Solar Eclipse from atop the roof of the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland, August 21, 2017. Andrew Dolph for NASA, NASA Glenn.
Molly Lunn (left), 3, watches her brother Parker, 7, eat sweets during the Twinsburg Bicentennial Back to School Celebration, Wednesday, August 30, 2017.
A child participates in an Anti-Hate Rally near the Wayne County Courthouse, August 21, 2017, in Wooster, Ohio.
Children and police officers are seen in Cleveland’s Public Square during the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Marissa Dombrowski (right) 13, of Northfield enjoys a ride with friends during the 17’th annual St. Barnabas Parish Festival, Friday, June 15, 2018 in Northfield, Ohio. Andrew Dolph for MyTownneo.com / News Leader
Students transition between classes at Highland High School in Medina, Ohio.
Protestors and media during the RNC in Cleveland, August 2016.
RNC 2016, Cleveland, Ohio.
Transferring fuel in preparation for Combine Demolition Derby, Ohio, 2016.
Boy Scout Troop, Ohio.
Richfield resident Greta Musra watches the presidential motorcade pass through dowtown Richfield after President Donald J. Trump's speech, Thursday, March 29, 2018. Andrew Dolph/R-C
Seeking shelter from a passing storm during a demolition derby in Upstate New York, 2017.
A scene from SFMOMA, 2015.
Fire, Rochester, New York.
Sunrise, Medina, Ohio.
Amish sledding, Ohio.
Plowing, New York.
Clearing a train derailment, Spencer Township, Ohio.
Friends sledding, Medina Township, Ohio.
Kent Police K-9 Officer Aiko receives a command from his handler, Sgt. Jim Ennemoser as they depart Aiko's retirement ceremony held in the basement meeting room of the Kent Fire Department, Wednesday, January 3, 2017. Aiko is an 8-year-old German Shepard, whom will not immediately be replaced by another K-9. Andrew Dolph for the Record-Courier