Past Photos of the Week

Our son Luke Poole shows off the fish he caught on our yearly fall family fishing trip to Emerald Isle. Luke was a super proud and excited two-and-a-half-year old.—Ashley Poole, Roxboro, Piedmont EMC
I had just finished washing my car and I noticed 2 dragonflies were flying around it, so I went in and grabbed my camera. I was lucky enough to have the dragonfly land on the end of a plant. —Ben Neunsinger, Wake Forest, Wake Electric
I grew up at this horse farm in Lincoln County. Built in the late 1960's, it is an old big red barn that has stood the test of time. I am blessed to have been raised in a barn under Carolina blue skies. —Diane Baker, Iron Station, EnergyUnited
I was taking one of my dogs for a walk and stumbled on this really nice tree. —Brandon Gross, Cleveland, EnergyUnited
For this photo of Crabtree Falls off of the Blue Ridge Parkway, I had to get as close to the falls as I could without being completely soaked. Getting the shot was exhilarating. What an experience! —Lucas Price, Hudson, Blue Ridge Electric
This is our grandson, Eli, playing for the first time in a light spring rain—an experience that was completely fine at Grandpa and Nan's house, but
My grandsons, Mason and Brody Blell, love country life. They help me a lot on the farm. Special boys from Carolina Country. —Herman Spivey, Sanford, Central EMC
I’m fifteen years old and homeschooled. My father loves taking my sister and I to places in North Carolina to bring our history lessons alive. During one of these excursions, I took this picture at Tryon Palace. —Katie Haynes, Youngsville, Wake Electric
Driving the Blue Ridge Parkway in Alleghany County one foggy morning, we rounded a curve and ran into this uplifting sight. —Greg Baldwin, Lansing, Blue Ridge Electric
Our Scottish Highland cow, Galena, gave birth to Charlie about 3 hours prior to this photo. Imagine our surprise to find him swimming next to her! She then came to shore so that he could nurse. —Kimberly Mayo, Seagrove, Randolph EMC
Tulips ... what a wonderful sign of spring! I captured this beautiful photo while visiting North Carolina's 'gem' last spring—the Biltmore House in Asheville. —Janelle Lambert, Goldston, Randolph EMC
The nonprofit Misty Meadows offers therapeutic riding and equine-assisted activities to special needs children. This beautiful place is located in Weddington, Union County. —Julie Davidson, Waxhaw, Union Power Cooperative
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