January 2018 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Snow Day
Drift over to our slideshow to see our readers’ prized pics. No two are alike!

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    Charlotte Sanders, Cherokee County EC: “The gals, Sadie and Nadine, our late 1940s 8N Fords, and Oscar, the orange Kubota”
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    Danny Pickens, Cherokee County EC: “This little dog caught my attention as he was chasing and catching snowflakes.”
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    Mike Prestigiacomo, Bartlett EC: Tranquility on a snowy day
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    Lauren McClain, Cooke County EC: “Abigail, 6, delights in unexpected snow in North Texas.”
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    Virginia Glover, Farmers EC: The front entry to Glover’s driveway in Wylie
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    Web Extra: JoAnn May, Grayson-Collin EC: This lone horse, on Christmas Day 2012, looks like he’s waiting for Santa.
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    Web Extra: Melissa Metz, Lamb County EC: “After this ice storm, everything on the farm was covered in ice spikes.”
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    Web Extra: Danny Pickens, Cherokee County EC: “All was quiet at Lake Tyler in Whitehouse during a rare but beautiful East Texas snowstorm.”
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    Web Extra: Allan Kimball, Pedernales EC: “Even the cactus can get covered in snow during a Texas winter.”
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    Web Extra: Larry Kitchens, HILCO EC: “A cardinal outside our kitchen”
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    Web Extra: Lisa Bennett, Grayson-Collin EC: “Daisy and Buster enjoying their front yard”
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    Web Extra: Gina Huck, United Cooperative Services: “Our Barbados buck, Chocolate, takes a regal stance in the snow.”
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    Web Extra: Charlotte Sanders, Cherokee County EC: “We were blessed with three snows in February 2010. This was the last one.”
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    Web Extra: Erin Stanley, CoServ Electric: “A rare Texas snow in a secret patch of woods near my house. Look closely to see bobcat footprints in the snow.”
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    Web Extra: Marcie Faske, Big Country EC: Deer wait patiently for a treat on a cold, snowy morning.

There’s a patch of old snow in a corner / That I should have guessed
Was a blow-away paper the rain / Had brought to rest.
It is speckled with grime as if / Small print overspread it,
The news of a day I’ve forgotten— / If I ever read it.

—Robert Frost