Texas Neighbors Summer 2016 : Page 8

TEXAS NEIGHBORS | SUMMER 2016 Each year, we ask Texas Farm Bureau (TFB) members and their families to capture rural Texas and the rural lifestyle through the lens of their camera. And each year, they deliver. Hundreds of photos from TFB members across the state were submitted to this year’s contest. Though it was a difficult task, TFB staff critiqued the photos capturing various parts of the Lone Star State and selected this year’s winners. (Above) Harvey Cannon and his dog, Penny, wind down the day after working cows. Our winning photo was submitted by David Vaughn, Harvey’s grandson, of Spur. (Left) A boy. His goat, Salt. And a red wagon. They’re ready for a summer of fun. Our second place photo was submitted by Melissa Williamson of Granbury. (Bottom left) Pure Texas. Ricky Niell of Wills Point snapped this photo of Texas Longhorns lounging in the pasture. (Bottom right) A Texas barn scene. Amy Gillespie of Dublin captured this photo of her friend’s dog while standing around chatting in the barn. WWW.TEXASFARMBUREAU.ORG

2016 Texas Farm Bureau Photo Contest Winners

Each year, we ask Texas Farm Bureau (TFB) members and their families to capture rural Texas and the rural lifestyle through the lens of their camera. And each year, they deliver.

Hundreds of photos from TFB members across the state were submitted to this year’s contest. Though it was a difficult task, TFB staff critiqued the photos capturing various parts of the Lone Star State and selected this year’s winners.

More Good PHOTOS…

More good photos include (from top, clockwise):

Pickin’ and grinnin’. Lindsey Bowers of Inez snapped this photo of the Bowers cousins enjoying the perks of being raised as farm kids—picking sweet corn fresh from the field.

Annie, the Sackett family’s Labrador retriever, thinks the horse trough is her personal swimming hole. And their paint horse, Jackson, is happy to share. Susan Sackett of Sugar Land submitted the photo.

Laura Pasket of Anderson caught this moment between a cow and her calf during spring calving season.

Regal and majestic. Hubert Gonzalez of Baytown took this stunning photo of a bald eagle sitting perched in a tree on the outskirts of Houston.

Times long gone. Fortunes made and lost. The sun rose and set with hard work. But the love families had for each other continued to grow. Sierra Franks of Darrouzett captured this little ol’ house and its memories.

Read the full article at http://texasneighbors.texasfarmbureau.org/article/2016+Texas+Farm+Bureau+Photo+Contest+Winners/2512348/312976/article.html.

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