Texas Highways Magazine Delivers A Big State

Editor Jill Lawless, left, displays the November, 2012 issue of Texas Highways

Editor Jill Lawless, left, displays the Nov. issue of Texas Highways Magazine which features Historic Trees of Texas


J. Griffis Smith - Photo Editor of Texas Highways

J. Griffis Smith – Photo Editor of Texas Highways, featuring Living Witness: Historic Trees of Texas

No one does a better job of capturing the vast array of life and landscape than Texas Highways Magazine. With talented, outgoing people like editors, Jill Lawless and Lori Moffatt, the magazine does a great job of featuring the incredibly varied life found around the state that represent the many cultures and presents them in a captivating way. The magazine maintains a strong reputation for signature, memorable photography, thanks to people like talented photo editor, J. Griffis Smith.

This November issue, you can enjoy a beautiful, close-up look at Lost Maples State Park, a drive across the Davis Mountains, see main street in Marshall, check-out dining in Houston’s Westheimer area and life in Aggieland. For me, this November issue is like no other, as my book, “Living Witness: Historic Trees of Texas” is also featured in a beautifully laid-out, nine-page article. It is a tremendous honor to be featured in such a memorable way in the official Travel Magazine of Texas.

Even better, you can become a part of Living Witness on the Texas Highways Facebook page. Post a cellphone picture of your favorite tree on the Facebook page and you could win a copy of Living Witness.

Inspiring people to visit our state is a big job. You can find this inspiration every month expertly fielded in the capable hands of the people who make Texas Highways Magazine a huge success.