Dressed in layers of cotton and wool and canvas construction workers on this cold gray day line up for their turn at the coffee spigot.
A baby is born during a planned cesarean section at St Francis Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut.
Dr. Mark Shekhman, orthopedic surgeon.
Saudi Women in the Work Place
Dr. Gualberto Ruano, director of the Genetics Research Center at Hartford Hospital is helping doctors customize medicines for their patients.
Fore the Kids
Connecticut Children's Medical Center patient Drew Niro, 6, of Southington shares a high five with UConn Women's Basketball Head Coach Geno Auriemma after the two competed in a friendly putt off at the hospital Wednsday morning. The coach was at the hospital to help promote his "Fore The Kids" Charity Golf Tournament to be held June 22 at the Hartford Golf Club. The tournament is to benefit the Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
Victor Wong, left, and Roger Lee started their advertising technology company in New Haven, Connecticut.
A team of concrete workers, all with a specific job to do, work steaming concrete pouring from a pipe pumped from floors below.
Morning Pumpkin Harvest
His breath hangs in the cool air as the glow of sunrise warms River View Farm worker Estaphan Garcia while harvesting pumpkins in a field near the Connecticut River in Glastonbury.
Aircraft Parts Manufacturer
A mechanical engineer prepares to measure a helicopter part in the quality control section of aircraft parts manufacturer Connecticut.
Roseate Tern Survey on Faulkner's Island.
Jim Daigle stands on his lawn with the Searsburg Wind Farm just 1 1/2 miles from his home. The electricity generators dominate a ridgeline in southern Vermont.
Shipping Container House
Workmen pull on the rope to help guide a shipping container into place to form part of the 2nd story of a two family home.
In the solitude of a closed exhibit at Mystic Seaport, Frank Murphy carefully winds an antique clock 7 half turns for the clock spring and 7 half turns for the chime.
Late in the evening as steam escapes from inside his sugar shack, Geoff Marchant splits wood to keep the fire and the boil going.
North Portal, Yucca Mountain
Train tracks reflect the Nevada sky at the entrance to the north portal of the Yucca Mountain Project tunnel in area 25 of the Nevada Test Site, 100 miles northwest of Las Vegas.
Abraham Van Luik, Department of Energy
Abraham Van Luik, senior policy advisor with the Department of Energy office of civilian radioactive waste management studies the rock walls as a train slowly moves through Yucca Mountain.
Doris Jackson, 71, chairman of the Amargosa Advisory Council.
Doris Jackson, 71, chairman of the Amargosa Advisory Council and owner of the Stateline Saloon and Gambling Hall gets a high five after she sang for her patrons a poem she wrote and sang for a Department of Energy public hearing on Yucca Mountain. She sang to what she thinks to the tune of a Buck Owens song: "We don't need the waste of our whole country, we don't want to be our nation's dump! If you think that you can bury all your problems, well you know that you can kiss our rural rump!"
An iron worker prepares to close the gap as the repaired "magic carpet" roof of the Connecticut Science Center is returned to its position on the east side of the museum.
Ellsworth Air Force Base
Airman First Class Thomas Dunlap directs a B1 bomber off the flightline at Ellsworth Air Force Base in Box Elder South Dakota as the bomber, with a crew of four, heads out for a training mission.
A inspector examines a nearly complete one megawatt fuel cell.
A volunteer at the New Britian Youth Museum at Hungerford Park in Kensington dodges a kiss from Wilma, a young jersey cow, a new addition to the museum.
Children at the Noah Webster House step back in history as they recreate life of those who lived in the 1700s.
Yale University Telescope
Visitors to the Leitner Family Observatory at Yale University get to talk to astronomers and look through their telescopes open to the public twice a month weather permitting.