1 year of E&P's "Photo of the Month"

"Texas Storm" E&P Photo of the Month for May 2024

Being there at the right time and right place?  Photographer Douglas Kirk was on a three-story tower in September 2013 looking out across the Texas Hill Country north of San Antonio when this weather system turned into a beast.

"Wolf Moon" E&P Photo of the Month for April 2024

The January full moon, also known as the Wolf Moon, rises over the bison at Kendrick Park in Sheridan, Wyoming on Jan.24, 2024.

"Fire in Beeville" E&P Photo of the Month for March 2024

A lone volunteer fireman battles an early morning blaze in October 2023.

"Morning in Elko." E&P Photo of the Month for February, 2024

The Ruby View Golf Course was covered in a thick blanket of snow on January 11, 2024. The golf course in Elko made for an interesting morning walk following a snowstorm. Trees, signs and even flags peek above the snow, and some signs of life, like paw prints, let those walking by know they were not alone. The National Weather Service said there was a chance of rain or snow expected later in the week.

"Bodyslam." E&P Photo of the Month for January, 2024

A bodyslam punctuated the action at a September 2023 fundraiser in Flatwoods, Kentucky, which featured a gospel sing followed by wrestling.
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