Past Photos of the Week

A very strong storm raging in the east as seen from the Bears Den Overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway outside of the Linville Falls area.
While visiting Greenville, I saw a beautiful “piano key” butterfly. —Sarah C. Horne, High Point, EnergyUnited
A stormy beach near Ocracoke village. —Brenda Schultz, Cornelius, EnergyUnited
I had an assignment in my journalism class to take photos of “leading lines,” so I took this picture. —Sarah Jolly, Gatesville, Roanoke Electric Electric
Roan Mountain. —Rick Riddle, Bakersville
My uncle James owns one of the few remaining traditional farms that I know of in Iredell County. Here he is caught in a moment of reminiscence as he gazes over his field. —Haley Jones, Statesville
I stopped by the natural meadow area in the yard to take a few pictures of the coreopsis. I think that they are one of the prettiest fall flowers we have in North Carolina. —Donna Spencer, Seagrove, Randolph EMC
Two of these are my twin boys, Caleb Baucom (#4) and Connor Baucom (#3). They were 8 years old. Playing a tournament in Matthews one warm weekend, they found some shade and Italian ice to cool off. —Shannon J. Baucom, New Salem, Union Power
My girls and their friends tubing at Falls Lake. —Shannon DeBruhl, Youngsville, Wake EMC
Double rainbow following a storm, looking toward Valle Crucis. —David G. Richards, Chapel Hill, Piedmont EMC
An Easter morning sunrise at Myrtle Beach. —Belinda Greene, Granite Falls
Sunrise from a high-rise condo at Carolina Beach in October 2012. —Anna D. Miller, Monroe, Union Power Cooperative
From Matthew and Amanda Baldwin, Statesville, EnergyUnited
My granddaughter was picking up shells at Oak Island when rays of sunlight shone through the clouds and reflected on the ocean. —Elaine Moorefield, Colfax, EnergyUnited
This lightning strike is in Greensboro at I-40 and High Point Rd. The Koury Convention Center is the red-lighted building on the left. —Bob Belcher, Hope Mills, Lumbee River EMC
I found these visitors on our deck enjoying one of my plants. A Cooperative Extension agent told me they were immature apple aphids. —Kayla Woodruff, Denton, EnergyUnited
A cardinal on a rainy day in my backyard. —Kellie Davis, Lexington, EnergyUnited
Our son, William Clayton Bruns, 2, at Green Ramp, Pope Army Airfield, waiting for his father to return from an 8-month deployment to Afghanistan. —William & Robin Bruns, Fayetteville, Lumbee River EMC
My son, Reese Whitley.—Megan Whitley, Troy, Randolph EMC
An old barn down the street from where I live here in Lowgap. –Jolie Williams, Lowgap, Blue Ridge Electric
A majestic fall sunset over the Currituck Sound viewed from Corolla, near the Whalehead Club. —Karen M. Brown, Kernersville, Rutherford EMC
“A Hatteras Rainbow.”  The fishing fleet in Hatteras Village on Thanksgiving Day 2011 —Daphne Keller, Little Egg Harbor, NJ, Cape Hatteras Electric Cooperative
After Hurricane Irene we were finally allowed back onto Hatteras Island. Amid all the damage and debris in Salvo, the magic of the Outer Banks remained unscathed. —Benjamin Goldstein, Raleigh, Cape Hatteras Electric Cooperative
Just goes to show you never know what you will find while taking a walk in the North Carolina mountains. —Jerry Rogers, Apex