You can breeze through The Week in Pictures gallery

 
 
Posted10/6/2019 10:00 PM

Take a moment to see what Daily Herald photographers found on their journeys through the suburbs last week.

Josephine Slape, 3, visiting from Brisbane, Australia, stands in the wind at the DuPage Children's Museum in Naperville.
  Josephine Slape, 3, visiting from Brisbane, Australia, stands in the wind at the DuPage Children's Museum in Naperville.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Lincolnshire Marriott Resort executive chef Pierre Daval gets a bee smoker going before harvesting honey at the resort in Lincolnshire.
  Lincolnshire Marriott Resort executive chef Pierre Daval gets a bee smoker going before harvesting honey at the resort in Lincolnshire.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Sola Moon, 2, of Lisle, adds a triangle shape to the glass in the pattern play area of the DuPage Children's Museum in Naperville.
  Sola Moon, 2, of Lisle, adds a triangle shape to the glass in the pattern play area of the DuPage Children's Museum in Naperville.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Lincolnshire Marriott Resort executive chef Pierre Daval harvest honey at the resort in Lincolnshire.
  Lincolnshire Marriott Resort executive chef Pierre Daval harvest honey at the resort in Lincolnshire.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Art in the Barn in Lake Barrington on Sunday.
  Art in the Barn in Lake Barrington on Sunday.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Honey pours from an extracting machine at Lincolnshire Marriott Resort.
  Honey pours from an extracting machine at Lincolnshire Marriott Resort.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Maeve Brannegan, left, and Paige Brondyke, both 10 and both volunteers, play hoop and stick games at Tavern Day at Stacy's Tavern Museum in Glen Ellyn on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019. Visitors were able to play games, and do hands-on activities such peeling apples, making cornhusk dolls, dipping candles and experience laundry before washing machines.
  Maeve Brannegan, left, and Paige Brondyke, both 10 and both volunteers, play hoop and stick games at Tavern Day at Stacy's Tavern Museum in Glen Ellyn on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019. Visitors were able to play games, and do hands-on activities such peeling apples, making cornhusk dolls, dipping candles and experience laundry before washing machines.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Village of Wauconda water operator Mark Gedde checks at valve at the new Lake Michigan water system booster station on Gilmer Road. The $50 million water system is set to be turned on Friday, October 11.
  Village of Wauconda water operator Mark Gedde checks at valve at the new Lake Michigan water system booster station on Gilmer Road. The $50 million water system is set to be turned on Friday, October 11.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire is held an Oaks & Acorns Intergenerational Storytime for young library patrons, their caregivers and residents at Sunrise Assisted Living of Buffalo Grove on Tuesday.
  Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire is held an Oaks & Acorns Intergenerational Storytime for young library patrons, their caregivers and residents at Sunrise Assisted Living of Buffalo Grove on Tuesday.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Kelly Speichinger, a volunteer at Kids Art Workshop, checks out the art work of Garrick Phillips, 4, of Ingleside at Art in the Barn in Lake Barrington on Sunday. Speichinger, a senior at Barrington High School has been coming to the fair since she was three-years-old. "It's really important to learn about art from a young age. Kids are learning to appreciate art", she said of the hands-on activities.
  Kelly Speichinger, a volunteer at Kids Art Workshop, checks out the art work of Garrick Phillips, 4, of Ingleside at Art in the Barn in Lake Barrington on Sunday. Speichinger, a senior at Barrington High School has been coming to the fair since she was three-years-old. "It's really important to learn about art from a young age. Kids are learning to appreciate art", she said of the hands-on activities.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Caleb Heine, 4, of Wheaton, gets a better look at "Tree of Life Scarecrow" by Troops 55882 & 55877, 1st grade at Kingsley Elementary School in Naperville. It was one scarecrow on the annual Scarecrow Trail at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle.
  Caleb Heine, 4, of Wheaton, gets a better look at "Tree of Life Scarecrow" by Troops 55882 & 55877, 1st grade at Kingsley Elementary School in Naperville. It was one scarecrow on the annual Scarecrow Trail at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Assistant Cook County State's Attorney and Rolling Meadows supervisor Maria McCarthy in her office on her last day. She retires after 30 years as a prosecutor.
  Assistant Cook County State's Attorney and Rolling Meadows supervisor Maria McCarthy in her office on her last day. She retires after 30 years as a prosecutor.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Robin Dye, of Glen Ellyn takes a peek inside a ladies parlor room from around 1850, during Tavern Day at Stacy's Tavern Museum in Glen Ellyn on Sunday. It was Dye's first visit to the museum, even though she grew up in Glen Ellyn. "I'm glad to get to know something about the town I was raised", she said.
  Robin Dye, of Glen Ellyn takes a peek inside a ladies parlor room from around 1850, during Tavern Day at Stacy's Tavern Museum in Glen Ellyn on Sunday. It was Dye's first visit to the museum, even though she grew up in Glen Ellyn. "I'm glad to get to know something about the town I was raised", she said.
Bev Horne | Staff Photographer
Michael Berger, VP of operations for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Dundee Township, fist bumps high school club members during a "Wall Breaking" ceremony to celebrate the start of construction of its new High School Program Center at Perry Elementary School in Carpentersville Wednesday.
  Michael Berger, VP of operations for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Dundee Township, fist bumps high school club members during a "Wall Breaking" ceremony to celebrate the start of construction of its new High School Program Center at Perry Elementary School in Carpentersville Wednesday.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Union Pacific engineer Gregory Grayer is at the throttle of a Metra train rolling westbound at 64 mph on the Union Pacific West Line recently. Union Pacific, operator of Metra trains on three lines, is working with the commuter rail agency to prevent crashes at rail crossings and with persons trespassing on the railroad right of way.
  Union Pacific engineer Gregory Grayer is at the throttle of a Metra train rolling westbound at 64 mph on the Union Pacific West Line recently. Union Pacific, operator of Metra trains on three lines, is working with the commuter rail agency to prevent crashes at rail crossings and with persons trespassing on the railroad right of way.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
City worker George Ingersoll paints the frame of a back door at the Batavia City Hall Monday morning. He said he's worked for the city in one capacity or another for about 12 years.
  City worker George Ingersoll paints the frame of a back door at the Batavia City Hall Monday morning. He said he's worked for the city in one capacity or another for about 12 years.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Kate Tully, of Prospect Heights creates a new mural on her garage door ever year. This year the garage door features a mural of Albert Einstein.
  Kate Tully, of Prospect Heights creates a new mural on her garage door ever year. This year the garage door features a mural of Albert Einstein.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
A computer malfunction causes a long line outside the Lombard DMV.
  A computer malfunction causes a long line outside the Lombard DMV.
Marni Pyke | Staff Photographer
Karen Moy, of Bolingbrook bicycles at Springbrook Prairie Forest Preserve in Naperville on Tuesday.
  Karen Moy, of Bolingbrook bicycles at Springbrook Prairie Forest Preserve in Naperville on Tuesday.
Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer
Level 1 trauma registered nurses Leah Nayden, Mevcidita Dela Cruz and Ana Salandanan take part in Advocate Condell Medical Center 10th anniversary celebration in Libertyville on Tuesday.
  Level 1 trauma registered nurses Leah Nayden, Mevcidita Dela Cruz and Ana Salandanan take part in Advocate Condell Medical Center 10th anniversary celebration in Libertyville on Tuesday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
A Red Dragonfly, also known as Red-Veined Darter lands on a stick in the Fox River Tuesday at Ferson Creek Park in St. Charles. According to dragonfly-site.com the red dragonfly "is widespread in the southern parts of Europe."
  A Red Dragonfly, also known as Red-Veined Darter lands on a stick in the Fox River Tuesday at Ferson Creek Park in St. Charles. According to dragonfly-site.com the red dragonfly "is widespread in the southern parts of Europe."
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Palatine's Stan Anton loves this weather as he heads home to get his wallet for his train pass which he forgot as he was embarking on a little trip to the city to visit Navy Pier and the Riverwalk. Not having the rainy weather be a factor in spoiling his plans he stated, "That's why they have umbrellas."
  Palatine's Stan Anton loves this weather as he heads home to get his wallet for his train pass which he forgot as he was embarking on a little trip to the city to visit Navy Pier and the Riverwalk. Not having the rainy weather be a factor in spoiling his plans he stated, "That's why they have umbrellas."
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Grand Marshals Tom and Sonni Herget turn and applaud the West Aurora High School football team at the end of the homecoming parade Friday in West Aurora. Tom and Sonni (Hunt) were both active students at West Aurora High School more than 50 years ago and are known for their volunteerism in the community.
  Grand Marshals Tom and Sonni Herget turn and applaud the West Aurora High School football team at the end of the homecoming parade Friday in West Aurora. Tom and Sonni (Hunt) were both active students at West Aurora High School more than 50 years ago and are known for their volunteerism in the community.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Wheaton Academy principal Kori Hockett sits on a camel at the fifty yard line before a football game against Bishop McNamara in West Chicago Thursday. It was part of Homecoming week activities.
  Wheaton Academy principal Kori Hockett sits on a camel at the fifty yard line before a football game against Bishop McNamara in West Chicago Thursday. It was part of Homecoming week activities.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Jim Derwinski, CEO/Executive Director of Metra greets U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth, the ranking member of the U.S. Senate's transportation and safety subcommittee, Thursday at the National Street Station in Elgin.
  Jim Derwinski, CEO/Executive Director of Metra greets U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth, the ranking member of the U.S. Senate's transportation and safety subcommittee, Thursday at the National Street Station in Elgin.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Harry's Cafe, a food truck that has been serving commuters at the Naperville Metra station for 42 years, is going to be able to stay, despite it not initially conforming to a city code update about food vendors. Harry and Kathy Buenger are the owners of the business.
  Harry's Cafe, a food truck that has been serving commuters at the Naperville Metra station for 42 years, is going to be able to stay, despite it not initially conforming to a city code update about food vendors. Harry and Kathy Buenger are the owners of the business.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
After walking 2.6 miles in Deer Grove East in Palatine, Mugsy the Poodle dog was dog tired and needed a drink from the well by his owner Bob Gail of Palatine. Mugsy's tongue slurped up the refreshing cool water and then they both headed home, looking forward to their next big adventure together in the forest preserve.
  After walking 2.6 miles in Deer Grove East in Palatine, Mugsy the Poodle dog was dog tired and needed a drink from the well by his owner Bob Gail of Palatine. Mugsy's tongue slurped up the refreshing cool water and then they both headed home, looking forward to their next big adventure together in the forest preserve.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Valerie Palmer, 6, of Arlington Heights decorates a pumpkin during the Autumn Harvest festival at North School Park in Arlington Heights Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019.
  Valerie Palmer, 6, of Arlington Heights decorates a pumpkin during the Autumn Harvest festival at North School Park in Arlington Heights Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Carson Valeroso, 11, of Long Grove shakes hands with Ivanhoe Club intern Quinn Tank on the practice green as kids in the First Tee program learn golf skills in Mundelein Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019. The program also teaches young golfers life skills.
  Carson Valeroso, 11, of Long Grove shakes hands with Ivanhoe Club intern Quinn Tank on the practice green as kids in the First Tee program learn golf skills in Mundelein Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019. The program also teaches young golfers life skills.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
People raise their pink pinwheels in unity before the start of a one-mile walk at the Color The Town Pink event at Deer Park Town Center Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019. The breast cancer awareness event was sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
  People raise their pink pinwheels in unity before the start of a one-mile walk at the Color The Town Pink event at Deer Park Town Center Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019. The breast cancer awareness event was sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Mark and Michael Battaglia had success with other musicians in the 1980s with the band No Limit. They recorded the Schaumburg song and today they still jam in Mark's Huntley basement.
  Mark and Michael Battaglia had success with other musicians in the 1980s with the band No Limit. They recorded the Schaumburg song and today they still jam in Mark's Huntley basement.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Seven-month-old Oliver Villagomez, of Elgin poses for a picture Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019 during Pumpkin Patch - South Elgin's Fall Festival at South Elgin's SEBA Park.
  Seven-month-old Oliver Villagomez, of Elgin poses for a picture Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019 during Pumpkin Patch - South Elgin's Fall Festival at South Elgin's SEBA Park.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
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