From your view
Kay Flores’ and Vi Reeves’ fall roadtrip
By Nathan French
It has been said that photos speak a thousand words and that photographs are usually looked at - seldom looked into. We at the Texan take myriads of photos in order to document and illustrate the happenings of our area. However, we cannot always follow you on your own personal journeys, be with you on your funny incidents, or catch everything that we wish we could with the shutter. So, in essence, we want to look at, and look into, your photos.
We know that many of you are your own private photographers; that you have your own collection of photographic memories. We all have those childhood photos, pictures of those family vacations, and pictures sometimes that we are unable to even define with words. As Ansel Adams, an acclaimed landscape photographer, once said, “There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.” We want to share with you in those memories.
If you have a photo that you treasure, one that speaks to your soul, or one that merely captures a memorable event; we would love for you to share it with us. Every month we will collectively review all submissions and choose several to print in the newspaper. We look forward to seeing your submissions. Photo entries may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or brought by the newspaper office. Digital submissions must be in jpeg format and no less resolution than 200 dpi. Photograph entries need to also include the name of photographer and a brief caption describing the photo.