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.