With World Series excitement at an apex, we wanted to share some photos from an exhibition baseball game at Fort Scott National Historic Site in Kansas; this event took place on August 27, 2016, at the tail end of National Parks Service Centennial week celebrations. The fort was active in the mid-nineteenth century until the start of the Civil War. The Topeka Westerners took on the Wichita Bull Stockings "using 1860's rules, uniforms, and equipment." All photos are by Bob Wright.
We are thrilled to share Jim Jones' uplifting photo essay exploring the light, shadows, angles, corridors, and horizons that comprise the landscape of the American West. This series was created over a two week period in Badlands, Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks in July and August.
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