Past Photos of the Week

After near-constant rain for a month, our two boys, 6 and 8, were going stir crazy in the house. Enter rain boots, exit shirts, and those boys had the time of their lives! —Jennifer Hornberger, Monroe, Union Power Cooperative
While giving a tour of mustangs along the northern banks of Corolla, my group got to see a once-in-a-lifetime moment: the sorrel stallion over-stepped his bounds and the black lead stallion put him in his place. —Jill Gunter, Bear Creek, Randolph EMC
Just one of the beautiful butterflies I get on my butterfly bush. They are there spring, summer and fall.  —Joyce Chapman, Prospect Hill, Piedmont EMC
My grandson and I spent a great day at the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro. This is a picture I took of one of the baby gorillas.  —Ruth Brim, Pilot Mountain, Surry-Yadkin EMC
There's nothing like a North Carolina snow. Whether wet or fluffy, we bask in the beauty that transforms our state into a winter wonderland. It's “berry beautiful.” —Janelle Lambert Tally, Goldston, Randolph EMC
I was taking pictures of our trees with fresh snow on them. Suddenly, our cat, Spencer, showed up for his closeup. It is in our backyard in Moncure. —Jennifer Chubb, Moncure, Central Electric
This is my sweet boy Austin at 14 months old helping us feed Junior the donkey. I am not sure who was more intrigued by whom. —Jennifer Hodge, Lexington, EnergyUnited
Faith at sunrise. —Kris Fleenor, Haw River
The perfect end to a beautiful day: the moonrise at the Bodie Island Lighthouse, Cape Hatteras National Seashore. —Ashley Fetner, Asheboro, Randolph EMC
On my way to work I travel this road every morning--Ivey Church Rd.-- just a back road in Lincoln County. —Donna Beal, Lincolnton, Rutherford  EMC
This is my absolute favorite snowy moment at our Lexington home. It’s my beautiful daughter catching some fluffy flying snowflakes. —Debbie Sheldon, Lexington, EnergyUnited
This large hawk lighted in a tree on my property in Caswell County and allowed me to get unusually close. After posing for a couple of minutes,  it swooped into the undergrowth and caught an unfortunate lizard.  —Phil Cohen, Prospect Hill
It was my two-year-old brother Mark’s first-ever Durham Bulls’ “beas-ball dame.” My sister took time out to explain the rules of the game to her sports-crazy little brother. —Kathleen Dougherty, Cary
The ponies at my father in law's place were sharing hay in the trough through the snow when I captured this sweet shot. —Lorrie Harrell, Polkton, PeeDee EMC
My classic swing in morning fog after a Christmas Eve snowfall, 2010. —D L Allen, Hayesville, Blue Ridge Mountain EMC
This is a sunrise where I walk. —Jo Anne Whitt, Roxboro
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