March 2018 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Downtown
So much to see in our online slideshow when you head straight into town

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    David Largent, HILCO EC: Inside the general store at Dallas Heritage Village
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    Ron Hasty, CoServ: “Denton has a great music scene. You will often see an artist playing on the square in the evening.”
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    James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: The center arch of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and the Ronald Kirk Bridge for pedestrians over the Trinity River in Dallas
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    Rick Roberson, United Cooperative Services: “It is not unusual to hear someone tickling the ivories while strolling the streets of downtown Corsicana.”
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    James Eaton, CoServ: The McKinney square under cover of snow
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    Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: Lometa looks like a ghost town in the early morning.
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    Web Extra: Shannon Ham, Cherokee County EC: The pot of gold at the end of this rainbow apparently is in Lovelady.
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    Web Extra: Linda Tipton, Nueces EC: “My favorite place, Corpus Christi on the bay”
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    Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The historic Old Red Courthouse with a Dallas skyscraper in the background
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    Web Extra: Ian Williams, Trinity Valley EC: “Photo taken by our then-10-year-old daughter, Isabelle, from the top of Reunion Tower in Dallas”
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    Web Extra: James Eaton, CoServ: Thornton in Central Texas features “small, quiet country living,” Eaton says.
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    Web Extra: Josie Schmidt, Heart of Texas EC: “My mom and I were traveling back from a photography class and passed through the beautiful downtown of Calvert.”
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    Web Extra: James Eaton, CoServ: American flags line the main street in Mart.
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    Web Extra: Charles Aschenbeck, Jackson EC: Schulenburg at sunset
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    Web Extra: James Eaton, CoServ: The square in McKinney

From slick city life to ghost towns, Texas has something for everyone. Whether you like the hustle and bustle of the big city or just want to get away from it all, downtown is the place to be.