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The 2017 ASV Exhibition Photos Are Here!
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This is my “5” Season in the Photo Show. I like doing it, but I must not be too good at it, so I’ll see how it goes this time.Jerry T.
I take my camera with looking for images that reflect how I’m feeling that day. The geese at the lake fit my need to find something to brighten and lighten my mood. The pictures I shot at the bridge on a snowy day were more thoughtful because I was thinking of a special friend and wanted to find a special view of the city.Eric J.
It’s great fun to walk around and take pictures. I love to capture pictures that brighten your mood. You never know when something will fire your imagination. It could be peoples’ legs, colors, flowers, a lit Christmas tree or twinkling stars. If it looks good, I’ll snap it.Percy G.
When I took these pictures, it was like I was looking at an angel walking on the lake. When light and water come together, it is peaceful and calm. They create a moment when I feel “real.” I feel free.Robert L.
I selected the photo of flowers because of the beauty and colors. In the next shot, the lights shine and sparkle. In the last photo, I love the way the water flows as if fish were swimming in the water.Markeara L.
I love taking pictures in Chicago because I love the town.Ralph C.
My pictures tell the story of the city’s skyline as a chameleon. From sun up, to sun down, and through the night, the skyline is always changing. My photos reflect the three phases of a full day in Chicago as expressed by the shifting appearance of the skyline.Donnell W.
I love the sky and the buildings and bridges and the art deco elements that are Chicago. The bird soaring over the city in an endless sky, says to me, “this is the land of the free and the home of the brave.”Calvin G.
Every picture I take is special. In shooting the manhole cover, cars stopped for me. They could have run me down, but they didn’t! In the umbrella picture, it felt great to be protected by all those statues with umbrellas. I became a protected member of the group. The sculpture reminds me of times when I was on the balance beam or balancing on skates; how brave.Aisha O.
I’m very interested in history, especially Chicago history. After a trip to the Chicago Cultural Center, I got very interested in skyscrapers because Chicago had the earliest hi-rise buildings. All my photos are of Chicago skyscrapers.Thomas W.
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Category Archives: Photo Team
In addition to all the excitement before and now after the annual Photo Exhibition, we also would like to share some exciting news that was announced this Spring for our leader, Kathy Donahue, Sr. Vice-President for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago. Cook County … Continue reading
As Thanksgiving, 2015 nears, the After Supper Visions team would like to pause and acknowledge one of our own who is concluding a special year in his life. Fr. Wayne F. Watts, Associate Administrator of Catholic Charities, Co-Founder of After … Continue reading