Past Photos of the Week

They don't make metal chairs like this anymore. When my husband’s family passed away, we brought these old chairs home to our garden for a shady spot to rest plus memories from days gone by. —Donna Turner, Bostic, Rutherford EMC
As I bike past an abandoned old barn on a crisp spring March morning, I check the area for raptors—Harriers Red-tail and Red-shoulder. —Christine Stoughton-Root, Merritt, Tideland EMC
Eastern bluebird—such a brilliant shade of blue! —Lisa Murphy, Matthews
From the window in my old bedroom at my parent's house, I honed in on a single splash of color in a snow- and ice-covered background. —Tony J. Hartness, Statesville, EnergyUnited
During a beautiful winter morning sunrise at Ocean Isle Beach, I watched the sunrise over the ocean, saw birds stalking their breakfast in the water and loved being the only human stirring on the beach. —Linda Chamblee, Raleigh, Brunswick EMC
The sun rises twice each year on the end of Caswell Beach Road on Oak Island (late October as sunrise moves from North to South and mid-February as the sunrise moves from South to North). —Nick Noble, Southport, Brunswick EMC
Joseph Snow, of Cinder Ridge Farm in western Surry County, drags logs with Cody and Anna for construction of a root cellar for food storage. The Ross-Wilmoth cabin was built in the mid-1800’s by the Ross family. —Madison Snow, State Road, Surry-Yadkin EMC
What a beautiful Beaufort morning! —Marable Tyndall, Fremont, Tri-County EMC
Picture was taken around 7 a.m. on Deal-Mill Road in the vicinity of Sawmills. I was impressed by the beauty of the sunrise colors behind a grazing horse. —Steven West, Lenoir, Blue Ridge Electric
This photo was taken a couple of years ago during a rare snowfall in the coastal area of Carteret County known as Mill Creek. —Marie Corbett, Newport, Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative
The day after Christmas 2010 in rural Wake County. —Jim Deans, Apex
While attending this church almost every Sunday of my 45 years, I always approached it from the back side. After moving across the street, I finally recognized its true beauty. —Julianne Harrelson, Bladenboro, Four County Electric