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Past Photos of the Week

Every week we highlight another great submission from our annual photo contest

Took this photo of the pony in the snow! —Angela Snow, Dobson, A member of Surry-Yadkin EMC
A cold morning in the rural Green Mountain area, about 8 miles north of Burnsville in the western NC mountains. —Linda Brown, Burnsville, A member of EnergyUnited
Just after Milepost 400 on the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Ferrin Knob Tunnels begin. This is the first of the three surrounded by peak fall foliage color. —Michelle Greenleaf, Lake Lure, A member of Rutherford EMC
North Carolina produces some of the best honey around. This honey bee comes from a hive on our property. —Brian Tilley, Troy, A member of Randolph EMC
We went to Morehead City with some friends that duck hunt. The air was chilly and my teeth were chattering but the ducks didn't seem to mind at all. The scenery was breathtaking. —Rodney Hammond, Cleveland, A member of EnergyUnited
I asked him to pass me the leaf that he was carrying (collecting fall leaves is one of my hobbies). When he did, I realized that I should capture the memory forever. —Hadiqa Hassan, Wake Forest, A member of Wake Electric
I love my morning walks along the Intracoastal Waterway and the colors of that pre-dawn sky! On this particular morning I was blessed to see the contrails of two flights winging their way north and south. —Allie Lull, Southport, A member of Brunswick Elec
Monarch butterfly on Zinnia overlooking Lake Junaluska in western North Carolina.  —Gary Hutchins, Indian Trail, A member of Union Power Cooperative
A big snowstorm dusted the cows in the pasture on my farm in Caswell County. —Janice Franklin, Elon, A member of Piedmont Electric
My four-year-old great-grandson has become adept at catching the chickens in his yard. He loves to pick up a feathered friend but the chickens seem less than thrilled... —Mildred Moore, Seagrove, A member of Randolph EMC
Veteran’s Day sunset. —Allyson Morse, Oakboro, A member of Union Power Cooperative
Moving to Mount Airy was perfect—this town seems to have it all. This fence runs along one of its main streets. This country town and neighbors have opened their arms to us, making home feel like heaven. —Kathleen Fosselman, Mount Airy