Ohio, 1966 by Danny Lyon
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He spent a year or so shooting photos, across the region, of industry, and really what he was photographing was the end of industry, the beginning of architectural decay and of people starting to be sort of beaten down by the decline. And really what he was probably doing was kind of holding up a mirror to something we hadn’t really seen about ourselves. And to me that, at least in some ways, represents the beginning of what’s been I think a regional identity crisis for my entire adult life.
Snow rollers dot a lot in Akron, Ohio. The snow balls form naturally when high winds push snow across a hill (Photo by Michael Chritton/Akron Beacon Journal/AP via Washington Post)