updated: 11/11/2010 4:23 PM
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Charlie and Cha-cha, two Jack Russell terriers, dress up as the Dr. Seuss characters Thing One and Thing Two for Halloween.
Kayla Goldberg of Gurnee
A mink stands on several logs on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage in Wisconsin.
Kelley Dodge of Lindenhurst
Leonardo Catalano walks his bulldog, Winston, near a cabin in Michigan. Or was it Winston leading Leo on the walk?
Cindy Coper of Lake Zurich
A crewman works in the rigging aboard the 280-foot, 4-masted windjammer Fantome in the Bahamas during a two week journey throughout the islands in 1981.Fantome and its 31 man crew was lost in 180 mile per hour winds and 50-foot seas of Hurricane Mitch in October, 1998. The wreck was never found.
Bill Murray of Palatine
Sunset over the Rockie Mountains and silhouette of a tree in Littleton, Colorado last month.
Gene Sanches of Rolling Meadows
Blackhawks goalie Marty Turco and defenseman Nick Boynton try to stop the puck during the Chicago Blackhawks game against the New Jersey Devils at the United Center in Chicago on November 3rd.
John Wysocki of Mount Prospect
I drove my motorcycle to Washington D.C. late this past summer and took a wrong turn in the mountains of West Virginia, but it was worth having to backtrack once I stumbled onto this old forgotten pickup, alone in a field.
Tom Nicol of Geneva
A sky walks at the K trade show in Düsseldorf, Germany, in early November.
Andy Stecher of South Elgin
I put this mum plant on my deck and this little guy found it to be delicious!
Anatole Crane of Barrington Hills
I took this photo of the Graue Mill wheel in Oak Brook while on a hike with my wife. When I look at the picture, it reminds me of simpler times.
Ray Vegter of Carol Stream
This is a sunrise photo I took during a trip to climb some turbines just west of Lake Benton, MN. For about ten minutes, I was able to enjoy nature's beauty before starting my job working on the windmills.
Ron Szarzynski of Wheaton
This photo is of light streaming through a tree in the fall at Morton Arboretum.
Cindy Savage of Lisle