Young Photographer District Winners 2021

The theme set this year was "Wild Nature"

Senior Category (for students aged 14 - 17 years)

Winner: Libby Coles (age 14) - sponsored by Rotary Club of Burgess Hill & District

Reservoir by Libby Coles   Squirrel by Libby Coles

(1) The mirrored Leonardslee Lake at night reflecting nature’s lantern suspended by the beautiful trees and (2) a lone silhouetted squirrel making its way home after a hard day foraging.  Libby's third photo (at the top of the page) shows a mast of a yacht providing a striking point during a Mediterranean summer storm.

Intermediate Category (for students aged 11 - 13 years)

Winner: Radhika Shah (age 12) - sponsored by Rotary Club of Camberley

Two Lions by Rahika Shah  Lion Feeding by Radhika Shah

Radhika says that her three pictures (African elephant, two lions and lion eating) were all taken on safari in Kenya.

Junior Category (for students aged 7 - 10)

Winner: Zac Welling (age 10) - sponsored by Rotary Club of Camberley

  Gannets, Junior Category winner 

(1) 'Burning Sky' - on the last day on holiday on the Isle of Wight Zac captured this shot of the beautiful sunset at the Alan Hersey Nature Reserve at Seaview; (2) 'I'm not impressed!' shows astonishing gannets at Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve in North Yorkshire on the sheer cliffs.   Zac's third photo (at the top of the page) 'Who's the boss here?' - this amazing wall lizard was basking in the sun on a wall near Ventnor beach on the Isle of Wight.

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