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Past Photos of the Week

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

I’m not much on being cold, but when we had one of those rare big snows in the Triad, I had to run outside to take some pictures. —Elisabeth Perkins, Burlington, Piedmont Electric
I enjoy adventures with my children and we love all of the NC state parks. Here we are at the beginning of a short hike in Lumber River State Park. —Herman Ospina, Lumberton, Lumbee River EMC
Driving around on these country roads near Brevard, listening to music is one of my favorite things to do, and being able to capture a photo along the way means that I can hold these moments forever. —Mallory Michael, Cleveland
This is a beautiful sunrise photo taken one early morning as I headed out to a meeting in New Bern. —Ginny Fountain, Raleigh, Jones-Onslow EMC
Edgecombe County —Sydney Dixon, Tarboro
Two surfers leaving Wrightsville Beach after a day of surfing in late fall. —Janet Beal, Leland, Brunswick Electric
I was up early one day so I decided to clean one of my rental cabins that has an amazing view. I’ve never been there for the sunrise and WOW was I surprised! —Tess Diffenderffer, Robbinsville
This wooden bridge at Rough Ridge Overlook near Grandfather Mountain on the Blue Ridge Parkway, Milepost 302.8, marks the beginning of a trail where spectacular mountain views unfold. —Patricia Joynes, Boone, Blue Ridge Energy
This is my son Jody’s 1962 Jeep Willy's truck just like his great grandfather's. He bought it with his farming money when he was 13. He is now 16 and drives it to school and on our farm daily. —Jill Mann, Canton, Haywood EMC
This is my granddaughter Karley Davidson's French bulldog, Bella Mia enjoying her first trip to Carolina Beach. —Diana Key, Robbins, Randolph EMC
This vacant, old church building sits in northeast Franklin County in Centerville. I am not sure of the last time this building was used. It sits, almost unchanged, in this beautiful rural community. —Elizabeth Castaneda, Louisburg
The Osprey has a wingspan of 70 inches and is a fish-eating bird of prey. I often see them fishing in the waters of Lake Tillery. This one decided to fly over and make eye contact as I was in my canoe. —Kevin Henderson, Concord, Union Power