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Children and parents gather at the Science Storytellers booth at the Family Science Days public fair hosted in Seattle by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, February 16, 2020. The photo shows scientists of diverse ethnicities and genders seated and being interviewed one-on-one by kids with pen and paper in hand. (Photo by Ben Young Landis for Science Storytellers)
A farmer's market stand in Sacramento, California in December 2019. Several large heads of cabbage are at the left of the shot, while tens of smaller, egg-sized cabbage are spread out to the right, with a few florets of broccoli. (Photo by Ben Young Landis)
View of the mural "I Am A Man" by Marcellous Lovelace (installed by BLK75) on South Main Street, Memphis, Tennessee, under the waning light. (Photo by Ben Young Landis)
Exterior shot of the California State Capitol, focusing on the dome and cupola. (Photo by Ben Young Landis)
Still life of the hand-laid leaf art countertop of Morning Fork diner in Sacramento, California. The countertop is decorated with dried leaves of different colors and shapes. A full coffee cup sits at the top right of the frame. It feels like home. (Photo by Ben Young Landis)
People and shadows of the summer, seen from above on the upper deck of the Golden One Center in Sacramento, California. The shadows are long under the approach dusk light. The people look small from high above. (Photo by Ben Young Landis)
Blossoms adorned with raindrops, seen on the campus of Reed College in Portland, Oregon. (Photo: Ben Young Landis)
The morning horizon over the Pacific Ocean, viewed from the cliffs of the Long Marine Lab at University of California, Santa Cruz. Photo by Ben Young Landis.
Steven Sobieszczyk opens the events at Science Talk 2018 conference in Portland, Oregon. He is wearing a suit and standing on stage, gesuring to the crowd.