The 2014 Wildflower magazine photography contest held in partnership with Texas Highways magazine and Precision Camera & Video is no longer accepting entries. More than 1,300 photographs were entered in four categories during April. Winners of three privately judged categories will be announced in July.
Private judging is now underway by professional visual communicators representing the Wildflower Center, Texas Highways magazine and Precision Camera & Video. Images entered in the Closeups of Wildflowers and Native Plants, Fields of Wildflowers and Native Plants and Birds and Butterflies with Native Plants categories will be judged.
Thank you to everyone who entered photographs in this year's contest. Questions can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
Voters cast 15,379 votes in the public voting portion of the contest. This photo of Sarah Huddleston Garcia's daughter checking out bluebonnets at Wildseed Farms received 1,574 votes. It was entered in the People with Wildflowers category. The entry at right of bluebonnets in south Bastrop County received 1,471 votes. Paige Moss entered it in the Fields of Wildflowers and Native Plants category of the contest that ran from April 7 to May 5. Congratulations to Sarah and Paige and thank you for voting!