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Celebrate the beauty of the Ozarks every day! Choose your favorite Gallery Quality Ozarks photograph (or favorite series) for your home or office environment today!

This season, State of the Ozarks celebrates the classic:

Parch Corn Autumn, Black Oak Ridge, Firelight Oak, Table Rock Overflows, and The Road To Baker Creek.

Photojournalist Joshua Heston notes, “Talk about humble beginnings! My mom gave me a 110 film camera about the time I started kindergarten. I took photos all through childhood but certainly not seriously. When I began State of the Ozarks, photography became a necessity: you can’t have an article without accompanying photos!

“But I fell in love with the subject matter. The Ozark Mountains are amazing year-round and are always-changing. I actually think winter is my favorite season. The stark silhouettes, the bare branches, the frost... and that amazing pale blue sky. The landscape itself is poetry. We are just lucky enough to attempt to capture the land through the lens.

Although Heston has hosted independent workshops and taught photography through the Veritas Program in Branson and Hollister, his real passion is getting into the field.

“I could end up standing on my head in a snowbank!”

“When I’m looking through the lens, my focus completely changes,” he says. “Nothing except the shot matters. I could end up standing on my head in a snowbank or up to my waist in a creek as long as the shot looks good.

“I take photos to satisfy a very deep artistic need inside myself. It is very humbling that some other folks enjoy my work as well.”

Choose from this season’s top picks in 8x10-inch or 16x20-inch gallery quality pieces show below!

The Seasonal Gallery:

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Parch Corn Autumn. A cold rain had fallen over rural Parch Corn Holler, a tiny community of farms first settled before the Civil War. A spring branch flows over rocks, winding down to the Finley River. Maple and oak leaves drift slowly to ground.

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All State of the Ozarks Gallery Photographs are professionally developed right here in the USA. Shipping and handling is $3.75 per piece. Photographs are sold unframed. Please allow 4 weeks for delivery. For framing options or special sizes, contact Joshua Heston at (417) 335-1371 or josh@stateoftheozarks.net or Dale Grubaugh at (417) 294-4348 or Dale@stateoftheozarks.net.

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Black Oak Ridge. Stand in Silver Dollar City’s Parking Lot A and look to the southwest. In the distance, you will see sprawling Black Oak Ridge. There is an intimate quality, a sense of being held in a time and place, that’s hard to forget. Because once these old hills get into your soul, well, they’ll be part of you for a very long time.

Sizes:

All State of the Ozarks Gallery Photographs are professionally developed right here in the USA. Shipping and handling is $3.75 per piece. Photographs are sold unframed. Please allow 4 weeks for delivery. For framing options or special sizes, contact Joshua Heston at (417) 335-1371 or josh@stateoftheozarks.net or Dale Grubaugh at (417) 294-4348 or Dale@stateoftheozarks.net.

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Firelight Oak. There are a number of folks who, as they pass through the turnstiles of Silver Dollar City — high atop Roark Mountain — don’t stop to look around. They should. There are a number of stately white oaks (Quercus alba), framing the walk up the hill. And late in the evening, late in the season, these sentinels stand in their full, autumn glory.

Sizes:

All State of the Ozarks Gallery Photographs are professionally developed right here in the USA. Shipping and handling is $3.75 per piece. Photographs are sold unframed. Please allow 4 weeks for delivery. For framing options or special sizes, contact Joshua Heston at (417) 335-1371 or josh@stateoftheozarks.net or Dale Grubaugh at (417) 294-4348 or Dale@stateoftheozarks.net.

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Table Rock Overflows. Completed in 1959, the dam which created the lake is massive, rising 252 feet above the stream bed and requiring over 1.2 million cubic yards of concrete. During the spring of 2008, these Ozark hills got more than their share of rainfall, causing Table Rock Dam to overflow for the first time in years.

Sizes:

All State of the Ozarks Gallery Photographs are professionally developed right here in the USA. Shipping and handling is $3.75 per piece. Photographs are sold unframed. Please allow 4 weeks for delivery. For framing options or special sizes, contact Joshua Heston at (417) 335-1371 or josh@stateoftheozarks.net or Dale Grubaugh at (417) 294-4348 or Dale@stateoftheozarks.net.

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The Road To Baker Creek. On a gravel backroad up in the hills north of town, Baker Creek Seeds keeps the heritage of the Ozarks alive by propagating heirloom vegetables and fruits. This photo, taken in late fall, characterizes the season. A cold front was passing through Missouri, changing the leaves to rust and the sky to a pale, autumn blue.

Sizes:

All State of the Ozarks Gallery Photographs are professionally developed right here in the USA. Shipping and handling is $3.75 per piece. Photographs are sold unframed. Please allow 4 weeks for delivery. For framing options or special sizes, contact Joshua Heston at (417) 335-1371 or josh@stateoftheozarks.net or Dale Grubaugh at (417) 294-4348 or Dale@stateoftheozarks.net.

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