March 1, 2019
By Keith Carter. Internationally acclaimed photographer Keith Carter is known for creating lyrical representations of the people and cultures of East Texas and the South. Carter’s haunting, enigmatic photographs like this one titled "Jack Witt" are featured in an exhibit March 9 through May 4 at Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery, Dallas, Texas.
February 1, 2019
By Janice Carter. "I was taking photos of birds in the snow because we do not often get snow here in San Augustine County, about three miles out of San Augustine. The female Northern Cardinal looked so fluffed up, I thought she was pretty and she looked so cold. She perfectly summed up the day. Her feathers looked like a 'fur' coat."
December 27, 2018
By Amy Dumas. This photo was taken on my property near Turnertown, Texas. The tall, bare tree dominates the edge of the pipeline amid the fading fall colors.
December 3, 2018
By Charles Wright. Fall colors at the entrance to Lake Elberta in Hopkins County.
October 31, 2018
By Mendell Andrew Patton. "I was out picture hunting (in the Rockwall, Texas, area) when I saw the storm had passed and presented this rainbow. I walked several feet to capture it coming through the windmill. You make your own luck."
October 1, 2018
By Steven Hack. The sunset at Sunset Cove in Cooper Lake State Park (Sulphur Springs, TX) with the calming, peaceful beauty of the lake and surroundings.
September 1, 2018
By Curtis Miller. A typical Texas yard gate with a winding rutted drive to a distant barn under a lightly scattered clouded sky in black and white. Hopkins County near Como.
August 1, 2018
By Kathy Baker. Knowing I had little time when stopping by the Tyler Rose Garden, I limited my time to the Sensory Garden where I took this picture of a Buckeye Butterfly enjoying pollinating the colorful Dahlias. I enjoy the challenge of capturing butterflies and was pleased to get this shot.
July 1, 2018
By Jessica Price. A field of sunflowers taken in Fannin County, Texas, near Bonham. Taken right as the sun was setting.
June 1, 2018
By Amy Jones. We live a stone’s throw from Lake Sam Rayburn and I could tell it would be a great evening to take a few pictures. I love this area — so quiet, just the sound of the water lapping on the shore.
April 30, 2018
By Wendy Floyd. I was looking for a new perspective of the pine trees I walk in everyday. (Nacogdoches County)
April 22, 2018