Some of the most uplifting images you could ever hope to see
Curated by Grace Fultz
Mike Zarella, Pedernales EC: “A hawk’s-eye view of the Pedernales River in Blanco County before the current drought.”
Roy O’Rear, Tri-County EC: “Interference patterns in the waves made by a boat on Lake Arrowhead near Wichita Falls.”
Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: Springtime over Trickham, taken with a Typhoon H drone.
Anne Gullick, CoServ: The landscape near Bonham.
Mike Prestigiacomo, Bartlett EC: Palo Duro Canyon State Park.
Benjamin Kerr, Heart of Texas EC: An air show over Texas State Technical College in Waco.
Bonnie Palmer, Central Texas EC: Cedar Point Recreation Area near Lake Buchanan during the 2017 drought.
Mike Prestigiacomo, Bartlett EC: Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, a park in Utah and Arizona.
Jessica Melker, CoServ: Hayden Melker executes an aerial cartwheel during her contemporary dance solo at a regional competition.
Tabitha Bolton, Guadalupe Valley EC: When Bolton’s son’s hogs were separated for the first time, they lay along the fence to be next to each other.
Don Bickham, Bandera EC: Real County Airport on a beautiful day in the Texas Hill Country.
Jeff Hinshaw, North Plains EC: “A mother eagle keeping watch over her two hatchlings in the nest.”
Scott Gipson, United Cooperative Services: “The annual summer ritual of bailing hay on Chalk Mountain near Glen Rose.”
Morris Childers, Houston County EC: “For my 60th birthday, my wife bought me a skydiving package. The location was over San Marcos, and it was the view of a lifetime.”
Johnathan Kana, Bluebonnet EC: “Austin’s fall colors from atop the famous Mount Bonnell lookout.”
Glenn Mathis, Trinity Valley EC: The mouth of Santa Elena Canyon in Big Bend National Park.
Jan Glatter, CECA: Justin Glatter takes the scenic route to Stephenville.
Dennis Sentenac, Bluebonnet EC: A spur-of-the-moment image taken over Greater Houston.
Bonnie Palmer, Central Texas EC: A school bus crosses the Slab in Kingsland.
This article appeared in the November 2022 issue
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