November 2010 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Fall Leaves
Autumn in Texas brings Mother Nature’s most colorful of canvasses

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    Playing hide-and-seek in raked leaves
    IMAGE: Jackie Hatfield, Central Texas Electric Cooperative
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    Swimming hole in Weimar
    IMAGE: Ken Sparks, San Bernard Electric Cooperative
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    Buffalo and a spectacular backdrop near Medina
    IMAGE: Pat Rogers, Medina Electric Cooperative
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    A maple tree in full regalia in Guadalupe Mountains National Park
    IMAGE: Charles Carlson, Bandera Electric Cooperative
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    A resplendent red oak against a bright-blue sky
    IMAGE: Gabriele Rendon, Karnes Electric Cooperative
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    Playing hide-and-seek in raked leaves
    IMAGE: Jackie Hatfield, Central Texas Electric Cooperative

Autumn in Texas brings many delights. Besides the welcome relief from summer’s heat, we are blessed with one of Mother Nature’s most colorful of canvasses: the changing of the leaves. It’s not very long that our landscapes are painted deep in yellows, oranges and reds. Be sure to take the time to enjoy this brief and magical spectacle—winter will be here before you know it.

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