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Our photographers share some of their favorite images of 2013

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  • Ashley and Victor Atalla push their car through Lisle's Four Lakes neighborhood after April flooding devastated portions of DuPage County.

       Ashley and Victor Atalla push their car through Lisle's Four Lakes neighborhood after April flooding devastated portions of DuPage County.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Members of the Gurudwara of Palatine hold a vigil in August to honor victims of the shooting at a Sikh temple in Milwaukee one year earlier.

       Members of the Gurudwara of Palatine hold a vigil in August to honor victims of the shooting at a Sikh temple in Milwaukee one year earlier.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin embraces Patricia Nicarico while her husband, Tom, looks on in September as DuPage County officials dedicate the new Jeanine Nicarico Children's Advocacy Center in Wheaton.

       DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin embraces Patricia Nicarico while her husband, Tom, looks on in September as DuPage County officials dedicate the new Jeanine Nicarico Children's Advocacy Center in Wheaton.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • A Canada goose probably wishes it had sought out a warmer climate.

       A Canada goose probably wishes it had sought out a warmer climate.
    Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

  • Firefighters honor the fallen during a Sept. 11 Anniversary Commemoration at the Carol Stream Fire Protection District Headquarters.

       Firefighters honor the fallen during a Sept. 11 Anniversary Commemoration at the Carol Stream Fire Protection District Headquarters.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • The Willowbrook High School marching band performs in Lombard's Lilac Parade.

       The Willowbrook High School marching band performs in Lombard's Lilac Parade.
    Scott Sanders/ssanders @dailyherald.com

 

A photograph can be a powerful thing.

It can make us smile. It can put a lump in our throat. It can leave us with a sense of wonder.

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In a world in which we're all too busy, a picture can give us a welcome pause, a reason to stop for just an instant to savor an image and explore why it touches us the way it does.

As 2013 draws to a close, it's time again to look back at some of the work our photographers did over the past year.

Today and later this week we'll celebrate some of their best work and, we hope, share some images that remind us of the journey we've been on for the past 365 days.

You may not immediately recognize the names of our DuPage County photo staff -- Scott Sanders, Bev Horne, Mark Black, Paul Michna and Dan White -- but we bet you'll remember some of the pictures they took, the images they created, the memories they captured.

These are our Images of 2013.

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