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Past Photos of the Week

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

I took this photo at Gillis Hills Farm in Fayetteville, “Behind these amber eyes.” —Vanessa Wisecup, Raeford
My son, Levi, plays in a tide pool on Bald Head Island at sunset, our favorite vacation spot. This secluded island can only be accessed by ferry. Leave your car and your worries behind, and only adventure ahead of you! —Jean-Marie Odom, Louisburg
My precious nephew Ethan feeding two of our Jersey cows, Juliet and Lil Dude! He loves to help out on the farm! —Gracie Elizabeth, Newton Grove, South River EMC
Our family has visited Nags Head for 28 years. Seeing the ghost crabs brings back fond memories of our family’s children chasing them. I waited 20 minutes for this little guy to pop out of his hole. —Luanne Serik, Eastover, A member of South River EMC
I am a photographer and a member of the Haliwa-Saponi Tribe. My tribe recently celebrated their 53rd pow-wow, and I captured this photo of a jingle dress dancer. —Matthew Silver, Rocky Mount, Halifax EMC
I spotted this beautiful butterfly in my grandfather's gardens. The butterfly appears to have glitter on its wings. —Alyssa Rowe, Tuckasegee , Haywood EMC
I'm an 8th grader at Valle Crucis School in Watauga County, NC. I took this picture at Rough Ridge on the Blue Ridge Parkway this past fall. —Hudson DuVarney, Valle Crucis, Blue Ridge Energy
We have lots of squirrels but have never seen a white one. We live in Union County and have been members of Union Power Cooperative for 30 years. —Doug Watson, Indian Trail, A member of Union Power Cooperative
I drove 2.5 hours to photograph this amazing scene after reading a travel magazine. Although I was hoping for colorful fall leaves, it was still worth standing in the river to get this shot.—Jon Beyerle, Huntersville, EnergyUnited
In summer, these Green Lynx spiders cover the flowers in my garden. —Ashley Garner, Carthage, Randolph EMC
Being an avid bird watcher, I always look forward to these beautiful rose-breasted grosbeaks (this one is the male) as they migrate in the spring. —Louise Cagle, Denton, A member of Randolph EMC
This red-headed woodpecker caught an insect and flew up to its nest hole in a tall snag to feed its young. Its mate flew out the hole and then he entered. Photo taken in Southport. —Ann Orsillo, Southport, Brunswick Electric