There’s no escaping how the spectrum emerges in never-ending ways
Curated by Grace Fultz
Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “The majestic Frio River offers amazing fall colors in the Texas Hill Country near Concan.”
Jazzmin Aguayo, Pedernales EC: “A Portuguese man-of-war on the shore of Port Aransas provides a vibrant display of brilliant color.”
Mike Zarella, Pedernales EC: This male painted bunting stopped for a drink at the bird blind water feature at Pedernales Falls State Park.
Gary Imm, Sam Houston EC: This emission nebula, as seen from the shores of Lake Livingston through a large telescope, is called the Cat’s Paw Nebula.
Jazzmin Aguayo, Pedernales EC: “A peacock proudly shows off his feathery iridescence at the Austin Zoo.”
Peggy McCall, Central Texas EC: A spoonbill in Beaumont during migration.
Claire Furman, Bluebonnet EC: “A delicate vine in Palmetto State Park climbing ever onward gives a beautiful visual of the changing of the seasons.”
Ingo Sorke, United Cooperative Services: Sunset over Joshua: “I wished I could have hit the pause button.”
Lisa Corker, Fayette EC: Big Bend National Park.
Peggy McCall, Central Texas EC: “Our beautiful fall asters and lantana attract more colorful butterflies.”
Peggy McCall, Central Texas EC: A green anole tries to blend in.
Lisa Corker, Fayette EC: “A tiger swallowtail enjoying the mountain laurel in our front yard in La Grange.”
Sheila Davis, Grayson-Collin EC: “Beautiful sunset over a marina on Lake Texoma.”
Scott Gipson, United Cooperative Services: “A flowering kingcup cactus after a rain shower in Chalk Mountain near Glen Rose.”
Mark Garton, Bryan Texas Utilities: “The Brazos Valley always has its share of wildflower patches every spring. Highway 47 always seems to have some nice flower spots.”
John Hobbs, Bryan Texas Utilities: “Cactus apples and blossoms off FM 112 outside Taylor.”
This article appeared in the January 2023 issue
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