An archive image used for a 2019 Smithsonian Magazine article about the physical remains of America’s longest war. Double exposure made on film with a plastic Holga camera in 2011 in Paktika Province, near the border with Pakistan.
Residents of Wasilla, Alaska, exploring the earthquake damage to Vine Road on Sunday, Dec 2. The 7.0 magnitude quake that struck on Friday was centered nearby. For the New York Times
DOT workers, local news, and interested residents survey the damage to a Minnesota Drive offramp in Anchorage, Alaska following an earthquake Friday morning. November 30, 2018. For the New York Times.
Gary Howard carried water home from a nearby grocery store. The local water utility issued a precautionary advisory to boil water, though no evidence of contamination had been found as of the morning of Dec 1, 2018. For the New York Times.
In downtown Anchorage, at the Egan Convention Center, Red Cross workers and volunteers prepared to serve dinner at a temporary emergency relief shelter while maintenance personnel repaired damaged roof tiles. Red Cross Coordinator Bruce Whalen said they expected between 25 and 100 people, and had food for 100. Friday, Nov 30, for The New York Times.
Water bubbled onto the road in an Anchorage neighborhood following the 7.0 magnitude earthquake on Friday. Dec 1, 2018 for The New York Times.
Daniel Watkins, an Anchorage homeowner, cleaned up water from a broken pipe in his garage on Dec 1, 2018. He speculated that an aftershock from the earthquake had ruptured the pipe, which hadn't leaked after the main quake. For the New York Times.
Alaska Water and Wastwater Utility Distribution Collection Operators Danny Sareyko, Glen Blanchard, and Steve Wright work to fix a leaking water main in the Ship Creek area of downtown Anchorage, Alaska on December 1, 2018. For The New York Times.
In the parking lot of Alaska Regional Hospital, workers from Western Contracting & Equipment worked to fix the water main that supplies the hospital. The hostpital remained open, with a secondary water supply. December 1, 2018, Anchoarage, Alaska. For The New York Times.
Matanuska Electric Association workers David Roby (r) and Wyatt Schmeige from Big Lake district repair a blown fuse near the Knick River Access north of Anchorage. Sunday, Dec 2, 2018. For The New York Times.
By Sunday morning, DOT construction crews were close to finishing the dirt work on the Minnesota Drive offramp that had been severely damaged in Friday's earthquake and famously stranded an SUV owned by Tomasz Sulcynski. For The New York Times.