Jolly's Outdoor Visions | Online Gallery of Tes Randle JollyJolly’s award-winning photography and writing appears on the Web, and in a variety of national and regional magazines, ad campaigns, product packaging, calendars, prints, and hunting books, and as art reference.
Jolly is an active member and serves on the Board of Directors of the Southeastern Outdoor Press Association, (SEOPA) and an active member and Technical Committee member of the Professional Outdoor Media Association, (POMA). Jolly mentors women, youth, and physically challenged individuals in outdoor activities and hunting. Since 1995 Jolly has served as an instructor in archery and turkey hunting sessions at Alabama’s Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshops.
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The strip of prairie soil that crosses central Alabama has long been known for its dark, fertile soil, rural demography and hard-working citizens struggling to make a living. Read More >>
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