November 2017 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Into the Woods
Follow our readers as they step off the beaten path

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    Steve Steger, Karnes EC: “A lone fisherman out at sunrise in a cypress forest at Caddo Lake”
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    Sarah Elkins, Wood County EC: “Sunday afternoon at Tyler State Park”
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    Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: “Small wooden footbridge leading into the woods at Rocky Mountain National Park”
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    Linda Brannen, Pedernales EC: “Seaside to Indian Beach, Oregon, is a portion of the Lewis and Clark trail.”
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    Jack Milchanowski, Wise EC: A cougar stalks prey in the woods.
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    Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: Elk in a meadow at Grand Teton National Park, September 2016
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    Web Extra: Charles Carlson, Bandera EC: Bracket fungus at Springfield Ranch in Rio Frio
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    Web Extra: Richard Browne, Trinity Valley EC: Acadia National Park
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    Web Extra: Lisa Hollingsworth, Hamilton County EC: Lichen growing on an oak branch
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    Web Extra: Lacy Rogers, Bandera EC: Fawn in the brush
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    Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: The sun sets behind aspens in Rocky Mountain National Park.
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    Web Extra: Marion Moore, Wood County EC: “A fantasy creature spotted in the autumnal shadows of dead wood”
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    Web Extra: Hannah Lee, Hamilton County EC: “Train going into the woods”
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    Web Extra: Melissa Metz, Lamb County EC: “I just love this picture of the sky through all the beautiful fall leaves.”
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    Web Extra: Kelly Friedman, CoServ: A serene walk by the river
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    Web Extra: Richard Browne, Trinity Valley EC: A small Dallas park
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    Web Extra: Jim Browder, HILCO EC: “Two white-tailed deer duke it out near Lake Whitney.”

Over the river and through the woods, our readers love the thrill of adventure—and, boy, do they have an eye for nature! They rooted around and dug up more good stuff than you can shake a stick at.