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
Empero Corral, 6, warms up as the drums play at the Second annual Powwow at North Idaho College Friday afternoon.
Coeur d'Alene Press Photo / Clayton Broncheau, 8, performs during the traditional dance as the drums play at the Second annual Powwow at North Idaho College Friday afternoon. Classical Christian Academy students are studying Indians of the Northwest and attended the powwow as a history lesson and field trip.
Lilac Impatiens are reflected in rain drops that fell in front of Holleydale Farms on Dressler Avenue Monday afternoon. The National Weather Service is calling for scattered thunderstorms with a high of 56 degrees.
Officers from Kootenai County Sheriff's department, Idaho State Police, Coeur d'Alene and Post Falls police departments wear riot gear Friday, June 18 to control rioters at the intersection of Fourth Street and Sherman Avenue after the Car d'Lane festivities ended for the evening in downtown Coeur d'Alene Idaho. (AP Photo/Coeur d'Alene Press, Joy Newcomb)
Police officers from Ohio salute fallen Massillon officer Eric Taylor as he is brought to Mount Peace Cemetary Friday during his funeral. Taylor died in the line of duty August 9th in Massillon.
The Canton Madddog rugby team tries to maintain control of the ball Saturday during their match against Steel Valley from Youngstown.
Santa smiles for the camera as 13-month-old twins Haley, left, and Hannah check out the man in the red suit during their visit to Belden Village Mall Tuesday.
Santa Clause brings up the rear of the 46th Annual Holiday Parade in Massillon.
Eighth-grader David Lee from Hillard Middle School bows his head as Christine Wingate from Sandy Valley Middle school spells her final word "Tungsten". Wingate misspelled the word and Lee will move on to the National Spelling Bee in Washington DC.
Andrew Schaub, 9, screams as he tilts upside down in a swing Tuesday at Price Park as he spends the day with his mom, Bonnie, and two sisters Megan, 12, and Becca, 3, during their first day of Spring Break.
Jerry Springer reacts to a comment from MSNBC's Chris Matthews during a live taping of Hardball at Amvet Post 6 in Massillon Friday night.
Forms of stell called Ingots are heated to 2500 degrees and ten lifted out and dipped in a vat of water.
A basin of steel moves across a track at Timken Co.
The concert in the park fireworks fill the sky over the American Flag hanging at Monument Park Wednesday night.
Richard Sutton finds a comfortable seat as he watches his friend Ed Thomas jog a yearling, Paradotta, around the track Thursday at the Stark County Fairgrounds. Thomas has a stable at the track where he houses the horses he trains for races at Northfield Park.
Dr. Roger Palutsis performs knee arthroscopy surgery using a voice command computer, called Hermie at Alliance Community Hospital.
McKinley's Amy Wirtz comes up for air during heat 3 of the girls 200 yard IM Saturday during the Northeast Aquatic Conference Championship at CT Branin Natatorium.
Fire departments near Minerva helped battle a blaze that burnt down a city block early Saturday morning, including two tower trucks. The estimated damage is close to 2 million dollars.