2021 Texas Hill Country Calendar
The 2021 Texas Hill Country Calendar is a compilation of stunning photography from our 2020 photo contest. The winning photos, from among more than 400 entries, were chosen for their beauty, photographic quality and their ability to reflect the unique qualities of the Texas Hill Country worth preserving for future generations.
Each calendar, in addition to these amazing photos, features information on important issues affecting the Hill Country such as land stewardship and conservation, groundwater protection, Hill Country heritage, night sky protection, and more.
HCA’s Hill Country Calendar makes a great gift for friends, family, coworkers and clients. Order online below or contact us about bulk order pricing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to the winners and honorees of the 2020 Hill Country Photo Contest!
The Texas Hill Country is a unique region filled with diverse wildlife, clear springs, sprawling rural landscapes, historic towns, and some of the starriest night skies in the country. Each year the Hill Country Alliance (HCA) holds a photo contest encouraging photographers to capture the Texas Hill Country they would like to protect forever.
Between March and May, HCA received over 400 entries in the 2020 Hill Country Photo Contest from amateur and professional photographers alike. Submissions, ranging from flittering hummingbirds to the brilliant beauty of fall on the Frio, encapsulated this year’s theme: The Wild and Wonderful Texas Hill Country.
Read the full press release on the 2020 Hill Country Photo Contest here.
Photographer: Tricia Daniel
Fall into the Frio
Photographer: Mike Jones
Hiding in Plain Sight
Photographer: Carol Serur
Male Vermilion Flycatcher
Photographer: Kimberlee Smith
People’s Choice Honoree
Photographer: Steger Chapman
Full Page Winners:
Khanh V. Le