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
Chuck Loan of James Risk Eaton House Moving amd Raising directs Jimmy Risk as he drives a house across a field Wednesday.
Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull performs at the Palace Theatre Wednesday night during his "Rubbing Elbows" tour. Local artist Eric Brooke performed with him later that night.
Ice from the storm Wednesday night still cling to a fence as two horses enjoy lunch at their home in Jackson Township.
Sam Jocas, 5, his brother, Joey, 3, and sister Gabriela, 7, hold a flag to honor fallen solider Pfc. Jesse Buryj as they stand along Woodland Ave. Saturday waiting for the funeral procession to pass by on the way to St. Peter Cemetary. Their mom, Michelle and younger brother, Dominic, 1, stand behind them. " I wanted them to see a real hero," she said.
A home in Clinton is completely surrounded by the waters of the Ohio Erie Canal Monday afternoon. The waters are receeding slowly after the rains wiped out many streets in the area.
Umpire John Hursback, left and pitcher David Wells argue over a call.
Training allows the firefighters to start and stop fires throughout the home, completing the day by burning the entire home.
Michael Odum, 8, of Akron snaps the football during the Long Snap challenge Satruday during the NFL Experience at Don Scott Field.
Ricky Strednicky, 15, catches the football during the "Down and Out" course at the NFL Experience Thursday at the Ribs Burnoff.
Ohio State's Kenny Peterson holds head during the first round draft picks Saturday for the NFL. Peterson was picked in the third round by the Green Bay Packers.
Ryan Mellion, 12, tries with all his strength to bring the ball down to the end in "The Drive" game at the NFL experience Friday at Don Scott Field during the Pro Football Hall of Fame Festival.
Bill Natale from E. Sparta ties the legs of a steer after wrestling him the the ground during the Steer Wrestling competition Saturday at the Cricket Valley Pro Rodeo.
Dawson Dumitrescu, 2, holds on for dear life to his mom, Valerie, as they visit Santa Claus at the Hoover Historical Center's Annual Christmas open house.
Joel Newcomb walks along the mural of photos, momentos and flowers placed along the church near Ground Zero.
A building size mural faces Ground Zero on it is enscribed "The human spirit is not measured by the size of the act, but by the size of the heart."
Birds perch on the cross that was found during the clean up of the World Trade Centers.
Flowers lie on a one of the 2,819 chairs in Bryant Park that honor those that lost their lives in the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001
A bird perches itself on the street sign near the New York Stock Exchange.
A flag placed on a train becomes a blur of color as it enters the subway station.
Molly Gerber, 17, is proud and happy to have Dude, a 25-year-old Quarter horse for her competitions. The two will be traveling to Columbus for the State 4-H Competition at the end of the month.
Kevin Casey as the Scarecrow and Dorothy played by Grace Margan Gillihan will be performing in the upcoming production of The Wizard of Oz.
Coeur d'Alene Press Photo / Alex Booth, 7, and mother Kelly wait in a blanket Friday afternoon before jumping in the lake for the 1999 Polar Bear Plunge at Sanders Beach. It was the first time for Alex. "I told him it's an experience he'll never forget," said Kelly. 2. People from around the Coeur d'Alene area charge the beach after taking a dip in Lake Coeur d'Alene.
Jackson Pool, a community pool in the city that has been around for more than 60 years. The building and pool area, bacause of age is slowly falling apart and requires repairs before each swimming season.