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Sharing stories and slices of life from Hampton Roads, Virginia. www.dailypress.com

A severe thunderstorm packing high winds approaches Newport News, crossing over the James River and Windward Towers Monday afternoon. (Photo by Adrin Snider / Daily Press)

Storm clouds roll across the James River as strong thunderstorms move through the area on Monday afternoon. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown / Daily Press)

Waves crash against the shore as Chino Crawley and Rufus Adkinson brave afternoon storms to fish from Hilton Pier on Monday. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown / Daily Press)

Dwight Thompson uses to last bit of light Wednesday to fish at the foot of Denbigh Boulevard in the Warwick River. (Photo by Rob Ostermaier / Daily Press)

Tommy Rudolph, 10, adjusts his Ghillie Suit as traffic passes on Bruton Avenue on Thursday in Newport News. Rudolf, a fan of airsoft games, said he wanted to test the suit for the first time after receiving it by mail. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown / Daily Press)

An egret works its way along the shoreline off 16th Street in Newport News on Monday, Sept. 1. (Photo by Joe Fudge / Daily Press)

A five-dollar bill sits under an empty beer mug at the close of a German folk singing gathering in Yorktown on August 25. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown / Daily Press)

Dan Smith, center, plays the keyboard during a weekly German folk singing gathering in Yorktown on August 25. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown / Daily Press)

Petra Hoyos and Jack Hilgers sing during a German folk singing gathering on August 25 in Yorktown. Yorktown resident Dan Smith hosts a weekly gathering for about 20 people to enjoy "gemütlichkeit," or fellowship, with food, drink and traditional songs. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown / Daily Press)

Parents and children file into the school for the first day at Kiln Creek Elementary in Newport News on Tuesday. (Photo by Joe Fudge / Daily Press)

Jendi Thompson takes a last look inside a classroom to see if all is well on the first day of school at Kiln Creek Elementary in Newport News. (Photo by Joe Fudge / Daily Press)

Third grade teacher Tina Hankins Chelgren greets students during the first day of school on Tuesday at Kiln Creek Elementary in Newport News. (Photo by Joe Fudge / Daily Press)

Third grade teacher Tina Hankins Chelgren tries to identify twins Ty'quan and Arreon Cherry during the first day of school on Tuesday at Kiln Creek Elementary in Newport News. (Photo by Joe Fudge / Daily Press)

Former U.S. Sen. John Warner stands against a backdrop of the garden at his home in Alexandria, Va. in August. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown / Daily Press)

Former U.S. Sen. John Warner sits with his wife at his home in Alexandria, Va., to discuss the September christening of the Navy's newest submarine, the USS John Warner. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown / Daily Press)

Former U.S. Sen. John Warner stands in the garden of his home in Alexandria, Va. in August. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown / Daily Press)

Former U.S. Sen. John Warner speaks about receiving recognition as a namesake as the christening of the Navy's newest submarine, the USS John Warner, approaches in early September. Warner said he anticipates the event with a deep sense of humility. "We're not celebrating the sponsor or the name, we're celebrating what America can do and is doing to try and maintain peace in the world." (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown/Daily Press)

The Hampton Carousel operated at the Buckroe Amusement Park for 65 years before reopening at its current location on Settlers Landing Road in 1991. It is one of fewer than 200 antique wooden carousels remaining in the United States. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown/Daily Press)

Stacey Griffin, center, and children Katherine, 8, and Nathan, 1, enjoy a ride on the Hampton Carousel on Monday afternoon. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown/Daily Press)

The Hampton Carousel, which dates to 1920, includes 48 hand-carved wooden horses. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown/Daily Press)

  • Karen Morgan

    Of all the photos taken of this carousel, this is the first I have seen from this angle. Excellent!

Kaleb Bland, 9, grandson of Pete Edwards, tends to the hogs while helping his family at the Windhaven Farm Market on June 21. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown/Daily Press)

A Berkshire mix hog enjoys the morning sun at Windhaven Farm in Windsor. Pete Edwards, who runs Windhaven Farm in Windsor, has been farming hogs for 45 years. The hogs spend about six to eight months at Edwards’ farm before being sent to slaughter. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown/Daily Press)

Christine Hadley walks on the boardwalk at Buckroe Beach with her three daughters, from left, Bella, 7, Catherine, 10, and Diana, 5, on Monday. As a part of an action plan developed during a diabetes self-management class, Hadley walks on the beach several times a week to maintain her fitness. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown/Daily Press)

Christine Hadley, center, embraces her daughters Diana, 5, and Bella, 7, on the front porch of their home in Hampton. Hadley, a Type 2 diabetic, recently took a free six-week diabetes self-management class at the Hampton Health Department. She says the class helped her to connect with others and form a plan to establish healthier habits. (Photo by Kaitlin McKeown/Daily Press)

Rachael Whitney gets gets her gear on and prepares to race from in the staging lanes. To win a race the driver has to either hit their dialed in time down the track or force the other driver to bust their time by a larger margin.