Photo contest

From a baby sneaking a peek at herself at bath time to a vibrant burst of purple in a spring woods, contributors posted many great photos this week. The winning photo will appear in all 21 editions of the TribLocal newspaper. Vote on your favorite photo by clicking the link below. The contest ends at 9 p.m. Sunday, April 29. To participate in next week’s contest, post a photo to your TribLocal town site. We’ll consider it for next week’s top photo gallery and for the print edition as well. View this week’s contest submissions

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Contest closed April 29 at 9:00 p.m.
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The contestants

  • Winner
    image_6932
    42% of votes
    Don't mind if I do

    Kevin Keller

    A hungry squirrel takes an acorn from a human friend.

  • image_6924
    31% of votes
    Bath time

    John Rothlisberger

    Baby Bella sees her reflection in the bathtub.

  • image_6933
    8% of votes
    Flower power

    Lisa Hagerman

    Tulips stretch toward the sun.

  • image_6931
    6% of votes
    Burst of color

    Landon Niedringhaus

    Morton Arboretum was in full bloom last weekend.

  • image_6928
    5% of votes
    Bzzzz

    Renee Rendler-Kaplan

    Columbine in bloom when tulips are usually just coming up make this spring season a delightful surprise.

  • image_6927
    4% of votes
    Dance

    COD Newsroom

    The College of DuPage dance department presents their spring dance recital.

  • image_6929
    2% of votes
    In the grass

    Simeon Deutsch

    A broad-winged hawk searches for lunch.

  • image_6930
    1% of votes
    Woodlands

    School District 129

    A Fearn Environmental Club member pulls a non-native plant from Batavia’s Red Oak Nature Preserve on Earth Day.

  • image_6925
    0% of votes
    Afternoon stroll

    Bill Hughes

    A young boy enjoys his walk along the beach during spring break.

  • image_6926
    0% of votes
    Resting spot

    Debbie Garcy

    A Red Admiral butterfly rests on a tree in the Swallow Cliff Forest Preserve.