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The Nominees
First Cow Let Him Go News of the World Nomadland Thomas Bezucha, Let Him Go Paul Greengrass, News of the World Kelly Reichardt, First Cow Chloé Zhao, Nomadland Kevin Costner, Let Him Go Tom Hanks, News of the World Harrison Ford, The Call of the Wild
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Gunsmoke: THE COMPLETE SERIES
WAS IT THE BEST EVER? THAT WILL TRIGGER A spirited debate among fans defending classics as diverse as The Lone Ranger and Deadwood. But as the longest-running TV western, Gunsmoke’s reign is unchallenged — and will likely never be approached. It was
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Hiding Out, Sonora, Texas
AS SOMEONE WHO’S LIVED IN THE STATE ALL HER LIFE, IT’S POSSIBLE I’M a little biased when I say there is nothing quite like the Texas sky. The five hours it takes for me to drive from Dallas to Sonora remind me of this fact as the sun beats down and t
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HOME SWEET Stockyards
LIVESTOCK BUSINESS, TOURISM, LIVE ENTERTAINMENT, AND nightlife have made Fort Worth’s Historic Stockyards a premier Western destination for generations. The area that began in earnest as a crucial livestock shipping point during the late 1800s has ev
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Back To Basics
As its roots continue to be borrowed in fashion and popular culture, the Western style seems to be able to reinvent itself time and time again. However, we as admirers and partakers of the culture have a duty to step back and remember the heritage th
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EDITORIAL DIRECTORS Hunter Hauk, Dana Joseph ART & PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Jonathan Fehr DIGITAL DIRECTOR Song Yang MANAGING EDITOR Emily C. Laskowski SENIOR DESIGNER Sharon Kilday FASHION EDITOR Andrea Thorp DIGITAL EDITOR Taylor Presley SENIOR WRITER J
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South Dakota Buffalo Roundup
Not every American governor would be at ease chasing a herd of 1,500 buffalo on a galloping horse. But the 2020 South Dakota Buffalo Roundup was not Kristi Noem’s first rodeo. Frequently horseback on a working ranch during her upbringing, South Dakot
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Passing Through, Flint Hills Of Kansas
BEFORE WE GOT MARRIED (YOUNG AND NAIVE) then got divorced (older and embittered), my first serious boyfriend and I fell in love in the outdoors. I came from native Chicagoans; he was descended from Missouri farmers. We found common ground in parks an
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Jared Padalecki
THERE’S A NEW SHERIFF IN TOWN. OR to be more precise, a revised version of a familiar Texas Ranger. Walker, the new CW series starring Jared Padalecki, is — yes, you guessed it! — a reboot of Walker, Texas Ranger, the action-adventure drama that ran
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Moment By Moment A Most Unusual Gift Of Love
THE POEM READS: Dear Reader, The drawing you see above is called Moment By Moment. It is completely composed of dots of ink. After writing the poem, I worked with a quill pen and placed thousands of these dots, one at a time, to create this gift in h
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Animal Magnetism
FOR IDAHO ARTIST CHASE HALLAND, NO JOB IS TOO big — or too weird. “Right now I have a dinosaur on my desk, a Triceratops, so that one’s going to be fun,” he says with a laugh. But the prehistoric creature isn’t the largest piece he has created. That
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Photography West Gallery’s Star Lensmen
IF YOU’VE EVER BEEN TO CARMEL AND MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA, YOU KNOW WHY CLINT EASTWOOD SET UP SHOP THERE. It’s not just fantastic for celebrity golfers who like Pacific Ocean views with their putts. The area has long been revered by photographers, too,
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Western Storefront
Patrons walking the streets of the Fort Worth Stockyards are looking for an experience — specifically, a Western experience. King Ranch, a bastion of South Texas ranching culture, has brought that authentic Western way of life to its new Mule Alley s
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On The Horizon
Rugged menswear makes for a day well-spent in the barn or on the range. Saddle up with luxe layers and functional accessories. ■
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Working the ROOM
WITH HOME OFFICES GETTING more use than ever, it’s important to have a space that is as beautiful as it is functional. Here, two design pros take us inside two very different in-home workplaces and share their tips for creating an office space where
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Happy Trails
DOUG SUPERNAW claimed the No. 1 spot on the country music charts in 1993 with the emotionally affecting “I Don’t Call Him Daddy,” the third single from his debut studio album Red and Rio Grande. The Texas-born singer also scored hits with “Reno” and
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Camping Out, Big Bend, Texas
THE CAMPSITE AT TELEPHONE CANYON FEELS LIKE THE LONELIEST PLACE IN THE WORLD. Just getting here does as much to wrap this backcountry jewel in mystique as do its sere surroundings. Visitors have to earn the privilege, which means first crossing 14 mi
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Roman Loranc
Roman Loranc was born in Poland in 1956 and came to the U.S. in 1982. After settling in California’s Central Valley, he dedicated himself to photography and capturing the vanishing subjects surrounding him, especially the fragile wetlands shadowing t
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Welcome To The OASIS
CONNECTICUT NATIVES SARA and Rich Combs were working as freelance web designers in San Francisco when they realized they needed a retreat from the city. So, in 2015, they bought and renovated a historical house in Joshua Tree, California, thinking th
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SAND CREEK POST & BEAM
For a lot of us in the Western lifestyle, living in a barn would be a dream come true. And the nostalgia of an old-timey barn in a picturesque field along the roadside can make us pull right over and grab our cameras. Those familiar sentiments are wh
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Mushing Along, Fairbanks, Alaska
ON ASSIGNMENT FOR A MAGAZINE, I ONCE profiled two dog mushers and attended a dog-mushing race, and I was baffled about why people involved in the sport were so passionate about something that, as far as I could tell, made you undeniably miserable. Do
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Home Is Where The Stuff Is
LET’S FACE IT: OUR WORLDS AND PRIORITIES are different from what they were this time last year, and our personal spaces have never mattered more. That’s one of the reasons why we’re introducing a new Home and Ranch section, expanding our “shelter” co
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More Tranquil Places
Between the modernist building designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson and the Remingtons and Russells on view inside (about 400 pieces by them alone and wonderful works by many more artists), you’re in a dream intersection of Old and New West
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Christopher Burkett
Christopher Burkett grew up in the Pacific Northwest and entered a monastic religious order at age 19, leaving it in 1979 to pursue the Divine through nature photography. Born in 1951 and severely nearsighted as a young child, he literally began to s
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Letters
This [November/December 2020 issue] is the best issue yet. I’ve pored over it time and again. I love your magazine and this will be my third year of enjoying it. Thank you. — Kate Eldredge After reading about the 30th anniversary of Quigley Down Unde
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Contributors
I feel photography needs to breathe when presented. You want to enjoy the art, so reduce any distractions. I like big walls and natural sky light. I like big white borders when showing as well. See Anderson’s work on page 48. When it comes to collect
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Trekking On, Santa Fe
THE FIRST TIME WE HIKED THE BORREGO-BEAR Wallow-Winsor Triangle Trail — or “the Bear” as I nicknamed it for my hiking partner, my Australian shepherd, Rose — I knew it was a keeper. Just 15 minutes outside of Santa Fe, tucked off of Hyde Park Road on
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In The Bunkhouse With Red Steagall
When he was a youngster they’d take him to schoolAnd he’d wait till his folks drove away.He’d go out to some ranch and hire out breakin’ coltsFor beans and a dry place to stay. Then when he got older, he rode saddle broncs,Beat ’em all from Fort Wort
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HOME On The RANGE
IN THE UNPRECEDENTED TIME LEADING UP TO this edition of our annual photo contest, we’ve tried to create categories that wouldn’t put camerawielding readers in risky situations — riskier than snapping a distanced photo of a bear and her cubs, at least
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Andy Anderson
YOU MIGHT SAY ANDY ANDERSON IS AN ACCIDENTAL FINE-ART PHOTOGRAPHER. AS ACCOMPLISHED AS HE IS with a camera, the life of the lens wasn’t really his plan. During a one-year posting in the 1980s as a firefighter at a remote duty station in King Salmon,
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