Edition:
United States
Pictures | Thu Sep 7, 2017 | 5:10pm EDT

Cowboy clean up after Harvey

Tommy Phillips helps his son's small business TNT Western Wear as he sorts flood damaged cowboy boots in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Tommy Phillips helps his son's small business TNT Western Wear as he sorts flood damaged cowboy boots in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Tommy Phillips helps his son's small business TNT Western Wear as he sorts flood damaged cowboy boots in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
1 / 19
Flood damaged cowboy boots are loaded into a shopping cart. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Flood damaged cowboy boots are loaded into a shopping cart. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Flood damaged cowboy boots are loaded into a shopping cart. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
2 / 19
Although still cleaning from flood damage TNT Western Wear employee Tami Derr helps customer Ken Castaneda find a new and dry pair of size 91/2 cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Although still cleaning from flood damage TNT Western Wear employee Tami Derr helps customer Ken Castaneda find a new and dry pair of size 91/2 cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Although still cleaning from flood damage TNT Western Wear employee Tami Derr helps customer Ken Castaneda find a new and dry pair of size 91/2 cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
3 / 19
TNT Western Wear cleans-up in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western Wear cleans-up in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western Wear cleans-up in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
4 / 19
Cowboy boots remain undamaged on a high shelf as the owners and employees of TNT Western Wear clean up. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Cowboy boots remain undamaged on a high shelf as the owners and employees of TNT Western Wear clean up. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Cowboy boots remain undamaged on a high shelf as the owners and employees of TNT Western Wear clean up. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
5 / 19
TNT Western Wear employee Laura Bacak sorts through hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western Wear employee Laura Bacak sorts through hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western Wear employee Laura Bacak sorts through hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
6 / 19
TNT Western Wear owner Tiffany Price sorts through papers in her flood damaged office. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western Wear owner Tiffany Price sorts through papers in her flood damaged office. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western Wear owner Tiffany Price sorts through papers in her flood damaged office. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
7 / 19
Tommy Phillips helps his son Price (L) as he moves damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Tommy Phillips helps his son Price (L) as he moves damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Tommy Phillips helps his son Price (L) as he moves damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
8 / 19
Flood damaged cowboy hats are shown at TNT Western Wear. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Flood damaged cowboy hats are shown at TNT Western Wear. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Flood damaged cowboy hats are shown at TNT Western Wear. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
9 / 19
TNT Western Wear employees Laura Bacak (L) and Hailee Gilbert sort through hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western Wear employees Laura Bacak (L) and Hailee Gilbert sort through hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western Wear employees Laura Bacak (L) and Hailee Gilbert sort through hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
10 / 19
Hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots at TNT Western Wear are sorted and itemized for insurance. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots at TNT Western Wear are sorted and itemized for insurance. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots at TNT Western Wear are sorted and itemized for insurance. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
11 / 19
Flood damage is shown inside the retail store of TNT Western Wear. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Flood damage is shown inside the retail store of TNT Western Wear. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Flood damage is shown inside the retail store of TNT Western Wear. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
12 / 19
The retail store TNT Western Wear is cleaned up after flood damage. REUTERS/Mike Blake

The retail store TNT Western Wear is cleaned up after flood damage. REUTERS/Mike Blake

The retail store TNT Western Wear is cleaned up after flood damage. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
13 / 19
TNT Western employee Laura Bacak sorts through hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western employee Laura Bacak sorts through hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western employee Laura Bacak sorts through hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
14 / 19
Cowboy boots remain undamaged on a high shelf as the owners and employees of TNT Western Wear clean up. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Cowboy boots remain undamaged on a high shelf as the owners and employees of TNT Western Wear clean up. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Cowboy boots remain undamaged on a high shelf as the owners and employees of TNT Western Wear clean up. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
15 / 19
TNT Western Wear employee Hailee Gilbert keeps track of each flood damaged item. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western Wear employee Hailee Gilbert keeps track of each flood damaged item. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western Wear employee Hailee Gilbert keeps track of each flood damaged item. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
16 / 19
Flood damaged cowboy hats are shown at TNT Western Wear. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Flood damaged cowboy hats are shown at TNT Western Wear. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Flood damaged cowboy hats are shown at TNT Western Wear. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
17 / 19
Husband and wife owners of TNT Western Wear, Tiffany and Price Phillips, pose for a picture as they work to repair their flood damaged store. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Husband and wife owners of TNT Western Wear, Tiffany and Price Phillips, pose for a picture as they work to repair their flood damaged store. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Husband and wife owners of TNT Western Wear, Tiffany and Price Phillips, pose for a picture as they work to repair their flood damaged store. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
18 / 19
TNT Western Wear employees sort through hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western Wear employees sort through hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake

TNT Western Wear employees sort through hundreds of flood damaged cowboy boots. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
19 / 19

Next Slideshows

Cascamorras Festival

The festival was inspired by a dispute between the town of Baza and Guadix over the possession of an icon of the Virgin of Piedad. The Cascamorras refers to...

Sep 06 2017

Battle for besieged Philippine city

Inside the battle for Marawi City as government forces fight rebels allied with Islamic State.

Sep 06 2017

Burning Man Festival

Scenes from the Playa in the remote Nevada desert.

Sep 03 2017

Journey to Mecca

Muslim faithful make the annual haj pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca.

Sep 01 2017

MORE IN PICTURES

What Islamic State left behind

What Islamic State left behind

Sifting through the rubble of Islamic State's abandoned strongholds.

Iraqi forces complete takeover of Kirkuk

Iraqi forces complete takeover of Kirkuk

Iraqi forces take control of the last district in the oil-rich province of Kirkuk still in the hands of Kurdish Peshmerga.

Battle for besieged Philippine city nears end

Battle for besieged Philippine city nears end

Some of the 200,000 residents of Marawi, driven from their homes during 150 days of battle between the Philippine military and pro-Islamic State rebels, return to start a long cleanup of their devastated city.

Puerto Rico after Maria

Puerto Rico after Maria

Residents of Puerto Rico start to rebuild after Hurricane Maria devastated the island.

Road to the World Series

Road to the World Series

Highlights from the MLB playoffs.

Today in Sports

Today in Sports

Our top sports photography of the day.

One month after Mexico's earthquake

One month after Mexico's earthquake

Residents grapple with the aftermath of last month's quake in Mexico City that killed over 300 people.

Photos of the week

Photos of the week

Our top photos from the past week.

Richard Spencer speaks on Florida campus

Richard Spencer speaks on Florida campus

Protesters chanting "Go home Nazis" sought to drown out the speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer at the University of Florida, as the campus erected barricades and deployed hundreds of police officers to guard against unrest.

Trending Collections

Pictures

Podcast