As 2016 is coming to a close, Content Producer Grace Baldwin and I took a trip back through the year to see the photos we shot that touched our lives the most for Texas Forest Country Living. We have broken it up into two parts. First, Grace Baldwin took you into a look into the photographs that she shot this past year yesterday. Now I am sharing what 2016 has meant to me in photos at TFCL.

Keep scrolling to see the many photos I have captured this year!

Travel Writer Sarah Shaw holds a Cuvier’s dwarf caiman named Caiman when visiting Gator Country near Beaumont.
Three young girls scream loud to wake up Santa Claus during the lighting of Rudolph, the Red Nose Pumping Unit, in November 2016 in Lufkin Mall parking lot.
A photo of Big Al, a 13 foot 4 inch alligator at Gator Country.
Trout Primary Teacher Megan Frederick, back right, poses with her class as they celebrate the grant she was awarded in December 2016 from the Prize Patrol.
Santa Claus greets children at the 50th lighting of Rudolph, the Red Nose Pumping Unit in November 2016 in the Lufkin Mall parking lot.
Volunteer Photographer Micky Dupre holds Pete at Kurth Memorial Animal Shelter and Adoption Center. Pete has been adopted since this photo was taken.
Jessica Knight is a breast cancer survivor.
Laura Lockhart holds her three-month-old baby, Everly.
Tryce Adams plays the guitar to his sister Maddie Adams.
Tryce Adams, left, and his sister Maddie Adams show off flannel shirts during a styled shoot in October.
Maddie Adams twirls in a laced vest and black dress.
A photo of Lindsey Davis.
A photo of Kaelan Whitworth.
A photo of Bearded Beauty Brent Burt.
Maddie Adams models downtown Lufkin.
A photo of Ashley Berry.