Capturing Memories

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Capturing Memories

A man takes a photograph of the Cloud Gate in Chicago Nov. 25.

A man takes a photograph of the Cloud Gate in Chicago Nov. 25.

Alondra Alvarez

A man takes a photograph of the Cloud Gate in Chicago Nov. 25.

Alondra Alvarez

Alondra Alvarez

A man takes a photograph of the Cloud Gate in Chicago Nov. 25.

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Every time something special happens in our lives, we run the risk of accidentally altering the memories we recall, or even worse, we forget those moments completely. That seems to be happening less and less, however. Lately all I see are people around me collecting their memories by storing them into a device, be it a phone or a camera.Wherever people are or whatever they are doing, they will always be able to recollect the memories from their past thanks to these photos. Just one visit to Chicago during Thanksgiving break showed many people recording memories to cherish.

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  • A couple takes pictures in front of the Cloud Gate in Chicago Nov. 25.

  • A man takes a photograph of the Cloud Gate in Chicago Nov. 25.

  • A woman takes a picture of a sculpture called Flamingo in Chicago Nov. 25.

  • A woman takes a video of the train at the Round Lake train station Nov. 25.

  • A couple takes a picture in front of the Christmas tree in Chicago Nov. 25.