Photographer Jim Campbell takes the prize with this intimate macro shot of a pile of Milkweed Assassin bugs (Zelus longipes) in the nymph form. Jim will receive the Nature Exposed – Discovering South Texas Wildlife coffee-table book. Our hats are off to you Jim for focusing on the smaller things! Well done!!
Student photographer Cooper Ford spent some long hot minutes in a canvas photo blind, waiting for the perfect moment to come together between these two Texas species: the Collared Peccary or Javelina (Tayassuidae), and the eastern cottontail (Sylvilagus floridanus). Well done Cooper!! Cooper will receive the Nature Exposed – Discovering South Texas Wildlife coffee-table book…. Read more »
There are only two weeks remaining in the Camp Lula Sams Nature Photography Tournament. The competition closes on June 15th, so make sure you reserve your spot today. Also don’t forget the Grand Prize – Camp Lula Sams Nature Photographer of the Year! One Grand Prize winner will be named the “Camp Lula Sams Nature… Read more »
We have two WEEKLY WINNERS to announce! We’d like to congratulate TWO photographers: Congratulations to Quinn Sullivan, who is LAST WEEK’s WEEKLY WINNER with his gorgeous photograph of a snail positioned perfectly in the middle of a circular portion of a prickly pear cactus. Quinn will receive the coffee table book Visions of South Texas:… Read more »
The Camp Lula Sams Photography Tournament is proud to announce that Alessandra Hernandez and her photograph of a baby Texas Tortoise is last weeks winner! Our judges from various professional publications including Texas Wildlife Magazine, and the Brownsville Herald loved the low angle and direct eye contact in this particular shot. Alessandra captured a species… Read more »