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May Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Black & White
Readers prove to be masters at taking photography back to basics
April Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Reflections
You’ll have to look twice at these pictures, whether you’re seeing double or seeing something beyond the obvious
March 2013 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Broken
Old, worn-out items invite us to imagine a time when they were functional and useful for their owners and remind us how temporary things on Earth really are
February 2013 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Silhouettes
Photos that are nothing more than dark shapes seem to tell a story all their own
January 2013 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Naptime
Taking snapshots of somebody sleeping seems rather devious, but the photos are rarely met with a yawn
December Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Night Photography
Nature and neon can make quite an impression when the camera gets in creative hands
November Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Water Towers
Readers point out community fixtures that stand above the rest
October 2012 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Oooops!
Remember: We’re not laughing at you, we’re laughing with you. Never a dull moment when it comes to mud, kids or animals
September 2012 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Pet Tricks
High five for all of the friendly, talented and obedient pets out there
August 2012 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Up Close and Personal
Zoom in with us—but don’t zoom by or you’ll miss the fascinating details
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Celebrate the sweeter things in life May 18 at the Cameron Dewberry Festival. All proceeds will go to Milam County Child Protective Services.Find hundreds of happenings all across the state on our Events page. Illustration by Edd Patton
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