Joy Newcomb owner of THiRDiPHOTO is portrait and landscape photographer based in Los Angeles, CA where she focuses on capturing memories and experiences for her clients. In her blog, she writes about her photography, attempting to travel on a budget in an RV and full knee replacement surgery.
Photography by Joy M Newcomb
Short North is an artist's haven, mural's, shops and cafe's line the street.
Chris Hahn of Minerva celebrates with his dad and coach, John Hahn, after winning Division II State Champion in his weight class of 160 pounds during OHSAA State Wrestling Tournament at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus Saturday.
Team "Just Don" smiles as they race to the finish line during the 4th annual danvenport derby at Malone College Wednesday evening.
Lake's Hallie Pettigrew (1) slides safely into homeplate passed the hands of Glenoak catcher Deanna McCauley (13) during the 4th inning of District I semifinals at Genshaft Park Monday.
The afternoon sun shines down on fair riders Sunday during the Stark County Fair.
State Highway Patrol officers examine a Pontiac Sunfire involved in a collision with a grain truck on State Route 93, just south of the Route 21 off ramp. the driver of the car died at the scene and the truck driver was taken to Massillon Community Hospital.
Protesters and Aryan Nation members confront each other Saturday, July 3 at City Park in downtown Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The Aryans are working with the American Civil Liberties Union to obtain a permit to march in downtown on the 10th. (AP Photo/Coeur d'Alene Press, Joy Newcomb)
An Aryan Nations member watches the crowd of protesters closely during a rally in downtown Coeur d'Alene Saturday, July 3. The Aryans are working with the American Civil Liberties Union to obtain a permit to march in downtown on the 10th. (AP Photo/Coeur d'Alene Press, Joy Newcomb)
Horses and hounds from Fox Hunt Club walk Main St in North Canton Saturday for the 2003 Olde Fashioned Holiday Festival.
Canton Township firefighters fight a blaze in a empty house across from Aultman Hospital. The flames jump across the ally and caused damage to the next house.
The finale of the downtown fireworks launches behind a flag during the 2003 Pro Football Hall of Fame Festival Sunday night.
The four engine Aluminum Overcast, a World War II-era B-17 bomber flies over the suburban landscape of Stark and Summit counties. The 65,500-pound, Flying Fortress was manufactured for World War II, but never saw action.
The Aluminum Outcast, a B17 aircraft was never used during World War II.
Angela Kovaca, left, and her daughter Morgan, 7, talk with neighbor Christie Proehl and her dog, Ginger, Monday afternoon. Waters from two rivers flooded streets, backyards and homes throughout the northwest area of Stark.
Katie Henderson reacts as her son, Blake Symanski, is given his vaccinations by Dr. E.S. Chong at the Canton City Heatlh Department Thursday.
Coeur d'Alene Press Photo / Tim Hunt of Hayden and Walt Maurice of Coeur d'Alene enjoy the day fishing on Lake Coeur d'Alene Wednesday.
Mount Union's Rick Ciccone (34) tries to fight off Balwin Wallaces' Matt Walker (19) and Jeff Fox (16) during the fourth quarter of Saturday's game in Alliance.
Members of the Brewster Fire department lead the funeral procession to Stanwood Cemetery Tuesday afternoon for Dixie Kahrig and six of her children.
The caskets of the Kahrig family remain at Stanwood Cemetery following the funeral for Dixie and six of her children Tuesday afternoon.
Nic Albaugh of Minerva School tries to get control over North Canton's Jason Dellapina during the match at the Topgun tournaments at Alliance High School Friday.
ABC cameraman Bob Schmitt gets up close and personal with Gentle Ben during a day in the life taping of the Saint Bernard. A crew spent the afternoon with Ben and his owner Shirley Wolf. The show will air on ABC, Feburary 20.
Shirley Wolf, owner and handler of Ben gives hima bath while ABC crews film the action for an upcoming show to air Feburary 20, a day before the Westminster dog show in New York.