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Past Photos of the Week

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

Oceanana Pier, Atlantic Beach, prior to Hurricane Florence. The pier, which stretched almost 1,000 feet, is a local icon for anglers and beach goers alike. —Amy Nelson, Morehead City, Carteret-Craven Electric
From August to October, my spider friend lived between deck posts and removed insects every night. During the day she would run to the top of the web if I went by and then return to center after I passed. —Lesa Aldridge, Wake Forest, Wake Electric
During this Sunset Beach sunrise on a cool October morning, the Intra-Coastal Waterway reflected the magenta sky, and the sun reflecting on the windows of the house gave off a brilliant golden glow. —Michelle Tinger, Sunset Beach, Brunswick Electric
Living in the country, directions to our house always include: “After the leaning barn, we are the road on the right.” —Amie Jo Platt, Zionville, Blue Ridge Energy
Close-up of the female bobcat at the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro. —Cindy Walker, High Point, NC 27260
While attending the Murray's Mill Harvest Folk Festival in Catawba, I shot this 28-foot waterwheel and noticed a little girl looking out the window of the mill. —Paulette Mojica, Morganton, Rutherford EMC
I took this picture on the way to work (Campbell Soup Company) early one morning. This pond is located on Highway 72 between Lumberton and Red Springs. —Warren Westbury, Lumberton, Lumbee River EMC
Sun rays light up the mist on this early fall morning in North Carolina. —Deborah Masone, Youngsville, Wake Electric
I hiked the Rough Ridge hiking trail at Milepost 302.8 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. —Tracy Edwards, Lenoir, Blue Ridge Energy
Sunset falls on Anaconda Road in Tarboro. The colors combined with the power lines, railroad tracks, farm fields and the water tower in the distance make up this classic Edgecombe County scene. —Robert Womble, Bryson City
My husband and I enjoy hiking the same section of the Appalachian Trail every spring. We camp here, at the top of Hump Mountain, and are rewarded with the beautiful sunrise over these ancient, green mountains. —Shannon Mills, Wake Forest, Wake Electric
I took this photo at Gillis Hills Farm in Fayetteville, “Behind these amber eyes.” —Vanessa Wisecup, Raeford