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April 2020 Photo Contest

Focus on Texas: Sunsets

So many fantastic images on the horizon

Sunsets, like childhood, are viewed with wonder not just because they are beautiful but because they are fleeting.
—Richard Paul Evans, American author

Alta Cockrell, Deaf Smith EC: “My son William the night I took his senior pictures outside of Hereford.”

Tiffany Rogers, MidSouth EC: A musician stands at the end of a pier on Lake Livingston to play out a tune on his guitar late one August evening.

Jimmie Heiman, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Spring flowers and sunset in rural Lavaca County.”

Laura Brewer, CoServ: “The perfect setting for reflection on the pond.”

Web Extra: Jay Foucheux, San Bernard EC: “Early evening sky with Venus and Jupiter low on the horizon.”

Web Extra: Tim Benson, Lyntegar EC: “Mesquite trees and lone windmill sunset south of Littlefield.”

Web Extra: Binh Truong, Pedernales EC: “Autumn sunset over Inks Lake.”

Web Extra: Wyatt Watson, Grayson-Collin EC: “Just a good, ol’ fashioned Texas sunset.”

Web Extra: Buddy Park, Pedernales EC: “Dripping Springs sunset.”

Web Extra: Myrene Sanders, Tri-County EC: “We enjoy some spectacular sunsets from our home in Weatherford. This surreal scene happened following a summer thunderstorm.”

Web Extra: Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “Beautiful Gulf of Mexico sunset, taken in Galveston.”

Web Extra: Bobby Norris, Pedernales EC: Sunset frames a windmill in Ingram.

Web Extra: Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “A beautiful purple night sky on Carancahua Bay, Port Alto.”

Web Extra: Manuel Soto, Pedernales EC: A flooded field south of Canyon after a rainstorm.