Past Photos of the Week

When our youngest son Willie, 11 months old here, visited his Grammy and Pa Johnson one morning, he quickly became a Silver Queen shucking professional. —Angela Ramsey, Statesville, EnergyUnited
This is Lily, 14 months old and full of personality, in a gorgeous flower field near our home in Sanford. —Whitney Atkins, Sanford
One day last spring my little sister told me to grab the camera and come outside with her. She showed me this bird just sitting there looking around. —Ariel Mahoney, Hillsborough, Piedmont EMC
A peaceful sunset over New River. You can't beat the stillness and beauty. –Amanda Adams, Camp Lejeune
Jaxon and Jaycee Hicks stealing our hearts. —Casey and Jamie Hicks, Danbury, Energy United
From Patti Rubino, Cary, Brunswick EMC
Sunset over the Pamlico Sound as seen from the balcony at the Silver Lake Motel on Ocracoke Island. —Carolyn Dewey, New Bern, Tideland EMC
Sunset on the Perquimans River. —Charles Pagels, Hertford, Albemarle EMC
My 3-year-old son, Jaxon, enjoying a walk on Oak Island at sunset. —Wendy Browning, Star, Randolph EMC
En route from Mooresville to Salisbury, I saw this small American flag on an old building. —Anthony Church, Statesville, EnergyUnited
At Pik 'n Pig at the airfield in Carthage, I loved this old plane that was out front. Did it in black and white to make it look more authentic. —Angela Poplin, Lilesville, Pee Dee Electric
We took our children to Carrot Island near Beaufort to see wild horses. We took a dingy over and beached it across from Beaufort waterfront. —Ada Bowers, Warrenton, Halifax EMC
Hoping for a prince. —Robin Stallings, Elizabeth City, Albemarle EMC
A simple box can provide plenty of entertainment! My grandson playing peek-a-boo. —Rebecka Baxter, Elizabethtown, Four County Electric
Downtown Lexington on a rainy day. —Destiny Gray, Lexington, EnergyUnited
Triple Falls in Dupont State Forest. —Heike Annucci, Hudson, Blue Ridge Electric
On our first trip to Oak Island in July, our granddaughter and our grandson enjoyed riding bikes with Poppy to the beach each morning. —Barbara Chapman, Taylorsville, EnergyUnited
Father and son on the Trent River. —Ashley Whitford, New Bern, Carteret-Craven Electric
Russells Creek in Beaufort at sunset. —Darlene Amick, Carteret-Craven Electric
In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, this doe let me get to within about 15 feet of it. Look how clean she is, right down to her hooves! —Paul DuBose, Waxhaw, Union Power
This is Raleigh, a border collie, at Southern Sun Farm Sanctuary, a horse rescue in Wilkes County. Raleigh goes on the trail rides with the horses and then watches to make sure everyone gets home safe. —John F. Lisk, Glendale Springs, Blue Ridge Electric
What better way to symbolize Easter than a lamb and a cross? I just put one of my newborn lambs with the buttercups I had in bloom and he posed for me. —Valerie Greene, Peachland, Pee Dee Electric
My grandson Zachary Peckham was enthralled with the deer grazing in our backyard in Wake Forest. —Theresia Peckam, Wake Forest, Wake Electric
I live on Lake Gaston and saw this at daybreak on Groundhog Day. The lake had a skim of ice almost covering the water.  Where it was not frozen, the water offered up a perfect mirror of the trees along the bank. —Barbara Biser, Littleton, Halifax EMC
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