posted: 3/1/2013 12:01 AM
Images: Photo Contest Finalists
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Connor Solum goes slalom skiing in Princeton, WIisconsin on the Fourth of July weekend.
Christine M. Solum of Arlington Heights
An alligator goes after a turtle on a pond in South Carolina.
Fred Share of Arlington Heights
This photograph is from a Valentine's Day photo shoot I did with my 1 and a 1/2-year-old daughter Karolina.
Gosia Choragwicka of Gilberts
A chain stretches across the deck of Navy Pier in downtown Chicago last summer. The Ferris wheel can be seen in the background along Lake Michigan.
Colin Morabito of Libertyville
Large icicles formed along the roof line during a recent ski trip to Telluride, Colorado in January.
Nicole Suchsland of Gurnee
A gull sits on the pier at sunset in Hawaii last year.
Trevor Morrison of Arlington Heights
This was taken in my back yard. I have been living on the Fox River in Carpentersville for about 6 years now, and these eagles roost out here just outside my window sometimes. I was recently on the news program Chicago Tonight, on Channel 11 featuring the eagles out here. I took this shot late in the afternoon, with the sun just about to set.
Dave Doss of Carpentersville
A dragonfly lands on the end of a bloody mary glass at the Arlington Park Race Course in August of 2011.
Kristen M. Borowski of Deer Park
Taken at Cape Meares Lighthouse in Tillamook, Oregon during a family vacation in June, 2012.
Roberta Pikey of Elgin
I was lucky enough to capture an altercation between two American Tree Sparrows yesterday in my Naperville back yard.
Dori Eldridge of Naperville
This photo was taken in Tetons National Park Wyoming of Mount Moran. We arrived well before sunrise but found that there were numerous photographers already set up. I managed to find a spot (none were bad), set up my tripod and started shooting. In the silence of the morning all that could be heard was the click, click of shutters. After I had taken as many photos as I wanted, I pulled back behind all the photographers and was struck by the image of the now lit up Mt Moran and the row of photographers in silhouette.
Donna Sizemore of Warrenville
I was amazed how beautiful the Arboretum was despite the bare tree branches. They congregated gracefully in groups here and there, like a bunch of ladies socializing after an afternoon tea party.
Lena Conway of Naperville
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