Positives among negatives
CROW photographer Dan Wilson judged a photographic competition at Roysia School in Royston last week. And he came to the conclusion: All the photos were of a high standard, so it was really hard to judge. But you could tell the winning entrants had take
CROW photographer Dan Wilson judged a photographic competition at Roysia School in Royston last week.
And he came to the conclusion: "All the photos were of a high standard, so it was really hard to judge.
"But you could tell the winning entrants had taken the theme and interpreted it in their own way."
Year 5 teacher Kat Pulman organised the competition to get children out and about over the half term.
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"I wanted to spark some enthusiasm," she said.
Eighteen nine-to-13-year-olds took part in the competition, and took photographs based on the theme of happiness, with pictures including portraits to abstract images.
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Miss Pulman, said: "It was a success and got the children talking about something other than football.
"I had a lot of positive reactions from the children. The photographs were extremely good for children of their age."
The winning entries were Amy Timbrell, 10, (first prize), Anna Lambert, 13, (second prize) and Aimee Norman, 10, (third prize).