posted: 7/21/2017 1:00 AM Winning images of our weekly contest hello Success - Article sent! close The start of the Confederate army charge during the mock battle at the Civil War re-enactment in the Lakewood Forest Preserve near Wauconda on Saturday, July 8. Dan Mayworm of Mundelein Lily the boxer takes a little time to relax and catch some rays while enjoying a long weekend in Princeton, Wis. Christine M. Solum of Arlington Heights I happened upon this pretty moth on one of my cone...
posted: 7/7/2017 1:00 AM Winning images of our weekly contest hello Success - Article sent! close This bubble bee took a rest at our BBQ and didn't mind me getting up close to take a photograph. Our guests were amazed to see the detail and what a fascinating creature the bee really is! Linda Kuhn of Naperville I really love this picture of mom looking over her six little babies as they rest on the shore of the pond. I like the way the light makes a nice back drop to the beautiful curves...
posted: 6/30/2017 1:00 AM Winning images of our weekly contest hello Success - Article sent! close Last weekend I went down to the city with some friends and while we stopped by Maggie Daily Park I took this picture capturing a different perspective of the city. I like it because I haven't seen to many other people with a unique shot like this. A couple challenges I faced was finding the best spot to capture this image. There are some many unique places in the city you just have to know...
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Selecting a term
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