How do you picture Evanston? What have you seen or done that you can share in photographs? What caught your eye? We would love to see your pictures and keep up with you. Send them to news@evanstonroundtable.com. Please put “Week in photos” in the subject line and we’ll share them with the community. Thank you.

This sublime picture, sent in by Mike Roche, shows fall’s arrival as experienced near a tree at Lee Street Beach.

These two bright-eyed and smiling drum majors were enjoying Northwestern University’s homecoming celebration on Saturday when RoundTable photographer Richard Cahan caught up with them: U-rah-rah!

Bee Cox took this twilight picture of the majestic lions that perpetual guard Levere Memorial Temple on Sheridan Road on the Northwestern University campus.

Jean Cunningham gave us another angle on the Northwestern University campus, as well as a hint of fall on a tree.

June Bloom has one annual birthday wish — to go kayaking on the Northshore Channel. Her husband Marvin Bloom took these pictures from the back of a two-person kayak. The first is looking south at the Green Bay Road bridge, while the other is the CTA Purple Line bridge that crosses the channel just north of the new Central Street Bridge. The intrepid couple saw a hawk, a heron, a woodpecker and ducks, as well as the walking path along Canal Shores Golf Course, where the two volunteer along with others to clear Buckthorn trees and plant new ones.

You might have missed it, but you have to see it. These mini horses from the Mane in Heaven Miniature Therapy Horse complex at Heller Nature Center in Highland Park went trick-or-treating to support children with disabilities. The therapy horses were dressed in costume to be petted, hugged and the object of selfies. Now, you can all honestly say, “When I saw Harry Potter, he was a little horse.”

Susy Schultz

Susy Schultz is the editor of the Evanston Roundtable. She has been a journalist for more than 20 years, and is the former president of Public Narrative, a nonprofit dedicated to teaching journalists and...

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