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Griff Smith's Texas: A Retrospective Through the Lens and Images From Texas Highways will be on view through March 25 at the Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio. Some 60 of Texas Highways Photo Editor Griff Smith's most memorable images span the state—from Amarillo's Cadillac Ranch and Monahans sand dunes to a South Padre sea turtle and Dallas' Thanks-Giving Square.

Also Showing at ITC

A Maverick's Texas, named for the Pasadena Memorial High School mascot, is a student exhibit at the Institute of Texan Cultures showcasing Pasadena through images and artworks. This perspective on the small town is on display March 12 through June 17.

Texas Highways magazine Photo Editor Griff Smith helped Pasadena Memorial High School students realize the uniqueness of their local culture and prepared them to capture it in pictures.

Flower close up


Get ready for wildflower season: Brush up on your photography skills and check out TH video photo tips. New this month is a video on macro photography.

Your Best Photo Belongs in this Contest

The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and Texas Highways are co-sponsoring the center's annual photo contest. For details, go to www.wildflower.org/photocontest.

Pick up copies of the latest April issue at:

Marburger Farms
Antique Show

Lady Bird Johnson
Wildflower Days

Buffalo Gap Wine and Food
Summit – Perini Ranch

(April 20 only)

Your local newsstands
around the state!

Texas Highways
is Your Guide to Spring Events and Festivals!

Late March is
Dogwood Blossom Time
in East Texas:

Tyler County Dogwood
l begins March 24.

Tyler Dogwood Days start on March 23.

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