I have been experimenting on doing abstract landscape photography. I thought this almost came out looking like a Japanese woodblock print, but the photo was actually taken in Lisle. Todd A. Sherlock of Downers Grove
A red-belly Woodpecker is on the suet, feeding, when the black and white smaller one jumped on also on February 9th. Joan Farrell of Island Lake
A look at Green Bay underneath a pontoon boat that is cruising along the surface on August 6th, 2007. Tom Parmelee of Kildeer
A group of gulls are in silhouette against the orange sky on Siesta Key, Florida a last month. Curt Sriver of Libertyville
As we continue to endure this harsh midwest winter, my mind wanders back to our summer California trip to the Big Sur coast. Pictured here is McWay Falls in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park as it plunges into the Pacific Ocean. Mike Weimer of St. Charles
I took this picture in my Hampshire backyard. A scene I've seen too often this year, and I hope to not see again until next year. Milton Hoskins of Hampshire
I took a motorcycle trip to Alaska last June and stopped at Lake Louise in Alberta, Canada on the way home. I took this picture near the end of a hiking trail that starts at Chateau Lake Louise and goes to the end of the lake. I really liked the image of the canoe crossing the vertical stand of trees on the far shore. Tom Nicol of Geneva
A close-up of an elephant's trunk taken last summer in South Africa. Bob Esbensen of Palatine
A rose given to Ann Tesnow by her husband, Dave, on Valentine's Day. Ann Tesnow of Mount Prospect
A sunset spreading over Mount Prospect last year. Chuck Bennett of Mount Prospect
This shoreline photo was taken just north of Duluth, Min. Highway 61 skirts Lake Superior for somebreathtaking scenic views. Frigid air and brilliant sunshine combined for gorgeous blue hues. Debra Hruby of Wheaton
Ice reflection on the water in Naperville. Maggie Newlin of Naperville
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