The Beaumont photographer zeroed in on the dignity of East Texas residents in his 1989 Texas Monthly photo essay.
A new collection of Keith Carter’s photographs captures the magical mojo of East Texas.
A visual tour of my beautiful, mysterious, surreal corner of East Texas.
Photographer Keith Carter’s latest pet project reminds me of big Texas dogs I’ve owned—some clownish, some serious, but every one of them great.
Lights! Camera! Acknowledgments! Presenting the lensmen and lenswomen who made this issue possible.
From Fred Gipson’s fictional Old Yeller to A&M mascot Reveille and Lyndon Johnson’s beleaguered beagles, dogs have always reigned as Texans’ pets of choice. The long line of distinguished dog lovers includes John Graves of Glen Rose, Texas’ writer emeritus, and acclaimed Beaumont photographer Keith Carter, who joined forces
One of the country’s top photographers traveled around his home state to capture these stunning portraits of exotic animals on display.