I chose this building because I do drums here. I love it because it's a music school that teaches people how to play instruments.
This photo represents how we have to take bikes and cars to work, museums and school. People spend lots of time in their vehicles.
This loquat tree was planted by my brother in our backyard. We wanted a tree that can produce fruit and give us shade.
I liked the man in the taxi because he was smiling and happy. The Bermuda flag in the background was a fun surprise when I wanted take a picture of him. I’m happy I was able to get both features in my picture.
Strong Like the Mangroves- Mangroves are survivors. With their roots submerged in water, mangrove trees thrive in hot, muddy, salty conditions that would quickly kill most plants. To me this plant is a perfect representation of Bermuda nature- because our island home is strong and Bermudaful.
Road To Paradise- Legend has it that stepping through a Bermuda Moongate will bring happiness which is one of the reasons I chose this photo. The Bermuda Moongate to me represents the happiness and beauty that my Bermuda home displays everyday.
I was at Carter House exploring Bermuda building and came across a lizard on a tree and I thought, “Why not?” Click! This picture really reminds me to be thankful for nature. It brings me new perspective and wisdom.
Last year I captured an image of a window and when I deciding on a picture for this year I realized the two were connected. I got to speak to the owner of the property and learned a bit about the history. I like the distressed look and the vertical wooden planks. The picture looks amazing with the different shades of green.
This is my cousin. She is a Brownie. The Brownies help our community.
I chose this photo because this is my house. The roof is getting painted. It shows how we keep our roofs white.
I couldn’t find the building I was looking for and then I remembered this one and I like the Bermuda postcard. Isla, aged 7.
I took this photo while I was walking with my family in Walsingham Nature Reserve. The afternoon was so calm and relaxing and mangroves trees looked like modern art sculptures.
St. Davids Lighthouse I chose this picture because the Lighthouse is very important for people on the water. It represents safety on the water around the island. I like the colors of the Lighthouse because I am a Baileys Bay Fan!
The reason I picked this picture is because it captures the beautiful colours of Bermuda. I like the blue sky, the clouds and the plants framing the picture.
I took the picture of the taxi driver because he was very kind.
I liked how the bottom half shows the Bermuda palm trees with the ocean in the background, and the top half shows the rays of the sun peeking through the clouds. I like to watch sunrises with my dad. Bermuda nature with the palm trees and ocean.
I chose this photo because it has the Bermudian flag. Bermuda is my home and the place where I was born.
I like to spend time on the beach. I chose this photo because a longtail is one of the Bermuda icons. It took me a lot of time to "catch" a good photo of this interesting bird. I was sitting still, admiring the beautiful coastline and longtails danced above me.
SeaGlass Snake I chose this picture because the snake was super cool and long. I wondered how long it took the person to put the glass in the wall and how did he make the face. This shows building a creative snake with Bermuda Seaglass.
I chose this picture because the man looked very cool the way he was sitting. A taxi driver with the Bermuda flag in the background felt like it was a perfect picture for the theme.
I chose this picture because i think the yellow flower looks very pretty against the green leaves. It feels as if i found something magical between the leaves. It represents the third color of the rainbow.
To the Top! I chose this picture because my brother loves climbing trees and always tries to go to the top. This is special to us because we love racing and seeing who can go the highest. Bermuda has a lot of trees at parks and playgrounds that Bermudian Kids love to climb!
I chose this picture because the white chimney in the building looked very nice against the clear blue sky. This reminds me Bermuda buildings and makes me think of how water is collected on the roofs in Bermuda. If I saw this picture I would know this is a Bermuda building.
Happy Feet My brother started playing football with Dandy Town Hornets. Every Monday and Wednesday, my family and I go to watch him train. He’s such a team player and loves scoring goals.
Glistening Waters Over the weekend, my family and I took a drive to the beach. Not sure how cold it was, we decided to test the waters. It was freezing but we had fun putting our feet in the water.
KBB I chose to take this picture of my sister after we helped to clean up all that trash. This is important because we find a lot of trash on the beach after the storms. It shows People of Bermuda because we take care of our island.
Graffiti Views Looking for the perfect place to watch the sunset not far from home. My mother and I decided to visit Admiralty House. Walking towards the building that looked run down we noticed the graffiti walls that make it beautiful.
Sea of Seaweed I chose this photo because I like finding cool things in the seaweed. This means having fun with my mommy and sister, looking for shells and other things. This shows Bermuda Nature and Wildlife because little animals live in the seaweed.
I chose this photo because it show’s sister love this photo shows the love of the little sister and big sister , I also love it because I have a older sister too, this picture reminds me of us, yes we fight with each other but we love each other alot .This represents the theme because it shows the love between sisters.
I love this photo because my friend and I love running wild in the wind and climbing the trees.It was hard to pick which photo because there were a lot of options but we chose this photo because it shows our personalities and how much we love nature . I look at this photo and I think of our friendship , like the clouds and the trees always and forever.
Rose I chose the Rose because it is my favorite flower to draw and I like the wooden backdrop from the doors. The Rose reminds me of my favorite movie when I was small, Beauty and the Beast. This represents Bermuda Nature because you can find a lot of Rose bushes at the entrances of Bermudian homes or in their gardens.
I love this photo because my friend and I love running wild in the wind and climbing the trees.It was hard to pick which photo because there were a lot of options but we chose this photo because it shows our personalities and how much we love nature . I look at this photo and I think of our friendship , like the clouds and the trees always and forever.
One of the first creatures that comes to my mind when I think of Bermuda is the kiskadee. I was lucky enough to get this photo of a kiskadee in flight across the sunset sky.
I chose this picture because I like how the bee is preparing to get the pollen. Bees are very important for plants everywhere. I like that even in October, you can find beautiful colourful flowers in Bermuda.
I was actually trying to photograph a sand-skipper fish but he ran away from my shadow. I chose this photo because the shallow part of this dock has corals and barnacles with reflections from the waves and sun which look nice. This photo means fun to me. It reminds of what I see as I get into my kayak. Coral and barnacles are a part of Bermuda nature.
(The lemon flower)I chose this photo because it shows that Bermuda has nature wherever you go to the grass to animals to flowers .It means so much to me that my small little island has a lot of great nature.And what do you know this little flower could become a good lemon .
I chose this photo because it has darkness, lightness and the ocean. The shadows are the people. This photo means enjoying a peaceful time with my dad at the dock in the warm sun. Our shadows on the dock are of us and we live in Bermuda.
I chose this photo because moongates are a Bermudian and I like the building in the background with the moongate border. This photo means a pathway to the ocean and makes me want to go paddle boarding. It represents the theme because of the buildings in the background and the moon-gate is part of a house.
The Tree of Life Two of my school friends, enjoying life in nature.
‘Sister, Sister’ My twin sister is a special flower standing in Botanical Gardens. We are family and always help each other.
I chose this photo because it represents a person painting bermuda's iconic white roofs.It means to me that its something bermuda have alone it is unique.This represents bermuda's buildings every way possible bermuda's nice sunshine and the islands hard working people.
Unique Blooms This is one of my Teacher’s favorite flowers and color. She encourages me to bloom unique, and to stay beautiful, just like this flower.
‘Happy Feet’ I chose this photo because I like chickens. This made me think of school. We have them around my school and I chase them at lunch time.
Perspective Some people may walk past and see an old abandoned house, I saw Bermuda’s exotic plants and trees being protected.
This is a picture of a ray and it is in motion. On the top of its nose is an andocite. I found the ray at the Aquarium it is not in the ocean. The ray is called Teray and the keeper of the ray is called Emily.
‘Water Please’ Botanical Gardens has this old water tank. The shape is different from others. I like the diamond on the door.
‘Mirror Mirror On The Wall’ My twin sister is kind and likes nature like me. She loves Bermuda and thinks it’s special. We enjoy playing outside together.
I like this tree behind where I live. Everyday after school, I like to sit below it, at the exact time as when I took this picture. When I close my eyes, I can see a lot of blue in Bermuda but also so much green. Bermuda is Nature!
I thought a picture about "Moongate" would be perfect for the Bermuda Building theme. I arrived on the island two years ago and it was the first thing I have noticed when I arrived. All my life, this picture will be on my mind...
Catch The Rhythm The Jack King building at Botanical Gardens, showcases Bermuda’s vibrant and energetic Gombeys .
I took this photo because I liked how the raindrops make the leaves have a different style.
A Single Rose I admired this rose because it stood tall, strong, beautiful, and open for all to appreciate its natural beauty.
‘The Giving Tree’ I have had a lot of fun in this tree as I climb it with my friends. I see it gives us lots of smiles and helps us play together.
A colorful Smile I took this picture of my friend because she is compassionate, considerate and colorful.
‘Tiny House’ Taking a walk through Botanical Gardens, this house was the smallest building I saw.
Bermudaful Carnival Colours It was Bermudaful watching people parading in their vibrant carnival outfits with brightly coloured feathers. I love how you can see how the Bermuda flag flies high and you can even see the gorgeous turquoise water in the background.
Peekaboo, 'eye' see you! This inquisitive lizard looks like it is playing a game of peekaboo with us! I didn't spot it at first because it is camouflaged amongst the leaves - but it certainly saw me!
I chose to take this picture because I thought that since the dew was still there, I would take a close-up of the leaves.
Picture Perfect This photo looks like a framed picture of the gorgeous white-roofed Bermuda buildings but it is actually the view from a window inside Gibbs Hill Lighthouse. It is amazing to see Bermuda buildings from up high on a sunny day. It is a perfect picture.
I took this photo because it showed a little sunlight and it represented Mother Nature, the earth and ground.
I chose to take a picture of this flower because of the colour and details I saw in the petals and leaves.
I like this picture because it's my dad. He loves teaching me about history, and I remember him reading this display to me. We often visit the National Museum in Dockyard, where my sister works. He is the best dad to me and my sister.
I picked this picture because it shows my Nana's house and the traditional Bermuda moongate. Moongates are a symbol of good luck and success, especially for newlyweds; how cool is that? This picture is beautiful because it is a part of my family history, as my Nana grew up there.
This is a pink hibiscus flower with a bee. I picked this picture because the bee was flying around the flower, and I thought it was awesome to get close to it to take the picture. Hibiscus flowers are beautiful and are seen all around Bermuda in lots of colors.
I love adventures with my Great Uncle Moose. He likes to fish for mullets which is our family’s tradition. He puts out nets to catch the mullets. He ties rope to a bin to hold the nets. He uses specific knots and a handy tool to fix the nets.
This is a double header hibiscus which was in my garden. Last month a storm blew all of the flowers away so I was happy that some of them grew back which Is why I chose this photo. It shows one of Bermuda's common flowers in full bloom.
I chose this photo of my sister and my baby cousin glaring at each other, to see who was the best this photo is very funny to me. This photo represents the two people who are not just my family by are my friends
White Bermuda roofs not only collect water but also makes Bermuda buildings beautiful and unique.
I saw this beautiful vine while I was walking with my mom and it’s delicate pink flowers caught my eye.
I saw this lizard sunbathing and its colors were so beautiful!
Butteries back in the day were used to store food and keep it cooler. Now it is a beautiful part of Bermuda traditional architecture.
On my way home from school saw a beautiful sunset. This photo means beauty and peace to me Clouds change every second it a part of nature so does the sunset
Swarms of Yellow’ Yellow in nature is beautiful. It sparks happiness and joy. I chose this photo because it shows how you can blend in but still stand out.
I chose this picture of our friend with her little baby. She is a great mom and is very dedicated to her son. Can you believe that she even made his costume? That was awesome!
I chose this photo because I think it looks magical. I took this picture early in the morning so I could catch the sunrise and l thought I would look weird but when I took a look at the picture I loved it😊
I chose this picture of the statue of Johnny Barnes because he is a person who is famous in Bermuda for his kindness.
‘That Shining Star.’ The reason I chose this photo is because the sun is making the palm trees look as if they glow. It makes me happy as sunset is a beautiful time of day.
I took this picture in Queen Elizabeth Park in Hamilton. I think that it is beautiful how the palm trees reflect in the water. It looks like the fish are going in a circle through the palm trees. I also like how the sunlight makes purple spots in the picture.
I chose this photo because I feel so lucky to live here. I headed out just before the sun was setting as the light looked really cool on the terrace and I think the textures and shapes represent bermuda buildings.
Sunrise over Old Chimneys - this is a beautiful Bermuda cottage that has eroded over time. I find the ruin beautiful because you can see the ocean in the background. It is in my neighborhood and reminds me of home. You can see the Bermuda roof and the two chimneys in the building design.
This image combines two of my passions that contribute to my inner peace, Art and Nature. I use the wooden hand in my art practice and Fred the frog is a visitor at our doorstep. The wooden hand comes from trees while it hosts a tree frog in its friendly embrace.
Nature’s Criss Cross. Bermuda is beautiful and when you peel the layers back there is even more beauty.
I chose this picture because it shows a family raising a little boy. The importance of the family in our community is very important to show educate the future. Having the support of our parents makes a big difference.
Sitting and waiting patiently. Maybe waiting for one of the kids playing football. Maybe I shouldn’t keep my Nana waiting so long after school.
I really like this house because of the pathway and its color. The trees around it look really nice, to me it represents a typical Bermuda house because you can also see the roof.
I chose this picture because it represents how nature can surprise us, with a little bit of rain we are blessed with a beautiful rainful. It reminds me of how thankful we should be for water.
This picture represents nature because it shows us how life can take place in any space when it has all it needs. The roots are helping the tree grow tall and strong. it we take care of trees they can give us oxygen in return for us to live.
I really like this picture. It shows the back of a house where the family have reunions during the holidays. I had the opportunity to spend some time with them over the last christmas time and really enjoyed my time there. The windows shutters give the house character as well as the wooden structure of the pillars on the porch, it shows what bermuda houses looked like in the past.
‘Waydowntown’Nestled near the city limits edge lies one of my favorite buildings. From the different textures of the sidewalk, to the unique shapes and lighting that looks like stars. This building reminds me to stand out and be different.
‘Right of passage/Tradition’ Every 24th of May since I can remember, my family sits on Cedar Avenue to watch the parade. This picture captures how tradition is passed down. This is a father dancing alongside his son at the parade.
This is a photograph I took of an amazing cool sunset which happens in nature. I chose this image because it feels good when I look at it.
This is a photograph of my house in Bermuda. I chose to take this photo because I have lived there my whole life. I love the sunset reflection on the sliding doors.
This is a photograph of my pet frog named Timmy. I chose this picture because I love frogs and he's so cute. I love wildlife and I spend a lot of my time outside.
This is a photograph of my pumpkin and my cat. I chose this because the photograph looked so cute and cool. It represented nature because a cat can be a wildlife creature. A pumpkin can grow in the wild.
I took this photograph as my mom was coming home from work. The sky was pink and purple and it was such a beautiful sight to see!
A family that eats at the kitchen table together stays together.
A family that eats at the kitchen table together stays together.
I like this photo because the bee posed for the picture even though he was working.
I think I like it. Different colors of houses in Bermuda with white roof tops.
This old pink house is in Botanical Gardens. It is falling apart, but I thought it was cool how the sun makes a bright circle behind the house. I love to go to Botanical Gardens to play and have a picnic.
I like the different colours of the water, the house and the sky in this picture. The pink house colour is typical for Bermuda. I chose this picture because I like how the sun makes the roof have two different colours.
'Tuck and Roll!' I took this picture on a beautiful sunny day. Bermuda has a lot of different shellfish. This special shellfish is endangered. Removing him from his home can be very expensive! If you see one on the beach observe, help and roll him over to a safe spot!
“All the way, on 4!” Bermuda has some of the friendliest Gas Station Attendants in the world! It is a privilege to be served by people who are so happy to serve others. This picture reminds me that I should find joy in everything I do!
“It’s a Portuguese pop-it” I took this picture on the beach while I was walking with my parents one day. My Dad showed me the parts of the Portuguese-man-o-war that can harm me if I swim next to them. He also showed me how people pop them with their feet when they are resting on the beach. I asked my dad to let this one survive so he could get a sun tan! I loved this picture because it reminds me that, even though some people may not be kind sometimes, they aren’t always unkind. Sometimes, they just need people to let them be at peace.
“Ummm, Privacy, please!!” Even though we don’t like to talk about it much, we all have to “go” sometimes! This is a picture of an old out-house in Bermuda. In the old days, children and adults would have to walk outside to a separate building to use the bathroom, even at night and in the rain. I would NOT like that. That can be a scary experience, for more than one reason. This photo makes me proud of my island because we have come a long way from where we used to be. And I am grateful for that! Remember to flush and wash!
I chose the photo because it is a Gombey and they represent Bermuda. Gombey’s outfits have lots of colors and it beautiful all the dancing makes me smile.
“Reel it in, Cousin!” Some people choose many different things to pass the time in Bermuda. Some like to play sports, play video games and even party. However, many Bermudians like to fish for fun. At any night of the week, you can find many people fishing off of our local docks and sometimes off of the rocks too! But you should always tell someone where you are going for safety reasons. This picture reminds me that we are very creative people who can find fun things to do outdoors. Our island is beautiful, even at night!
I went for a walk after one of the hurricanes. I had an adventure taking photos. I specifically liked this photo best. It looks like you are looking through to see a whole new world. I think it represents the theme because beaches are one of the most popular places in Bermuda.
“Can I get a lift?!” In Bermuda, we are never too far away from transportation. This photo reminds me that my country is convenient and cares about me personally, even if I don’t have my own car. And as a bonus, I can be protected from the rain and sun, while I wait for the bus! Thank you, Bermuda, for the convenience of our bus stops!
I chose this picture because I like the beautiful scenery. It shows the sky, sea and colorful houses at sunset time. This picture could have been taken anywhere in Bermuda. When i look out my window, this scenery makes me feel happy to be living here.
I took this picture of a Bermudian lady who was drawing many positive words and pictures in the bus stop across the old Arnold’s Supermarket in Somerset. It was nice to see her and other individuals taken care of that bus stop that tends to constantly be sprayed with graffiti. I didn’t get her name, but I liked seeing her dedication and how it was all turning out nicely. I told her the purpose of this picture and she was okay with me taking her picture. Thank you ma’am.
I took and chose this picture because I liked how the sun is shining over the hedge. I like the contrast in the colors. I love to see this view every time the sun comes down. It is calming to me. Bermuda sunsets are pretty.
I took and chose this picture because I like the contrast between the two houses and its colors. I also like how the shadow of the trees or branches fall on the walls. You can see the Bermuda House roof here clearly. The white has a nice contrast with the color of the house.
This is a photograph of trees that I thought were breathtaking. I chose this photo because I thought that it was beautiful, and I just LOVE natural wildlife in Bermuda.
This is a photograph of a mangrove, a place where animals like to hangout. I chose this image because I thought that it was different and so pretty. I loved the way the trees reflected on the water. Also, it is rare, interesting and fun!
This photograph includes a cannon inside of a moon gate structure. I chose this image because it's like a small moon gate.
This is a photograph that I took of lizard in Bermuda. I chose this picture because I like how it was looking at me.
This is a photograph of a light pink flower blowing in the wind at my house. I chose this because it is so pretty and flowers always bring me joy. This is a very beautiful piece of nature. This small flower is in a flower bush in my front yard.
I chose this photograph because it shows our Bermudian culture which includes white rooves. It also shows the natural beauty of Bermuda.
This is a photograph which was taken by my home in Spanish Point. I enjoy looking out at the sunset over the old train wreck in the evenings.
I chose this photo that I took of buildings. I liked how there were those buildings nearby. I also liked the way the colors of the houses are similar, and the sky was so colorful.
This is a photograph of nature that I took. I chose this because my grandfather put his copper items there when he died from Wilson Disease. Nature has overgrown it with vines.
This is a photograph that I took of cement at my new house that is being built. I chose this image because my Dad is a construction worker. He told me how cement is used to make a building strong.
This is a photograph of a condominium, but this is only half of it. I chose this picture because I wanted to show only part of it from this angle.
While waiting in the courtyard, I took this photograph of a person playing football alone.
This is the photograph I chose to take of nature and wildlife. This is because when there is rain, the flowers then come out.
First time walking at Riddle’s bay for PUP walk
I chose this photo because I like to go for walks with my mommy and daddy. These two people walked past us early on in our walk and then they passed us again on their way back. People walk on the railway trails because they enjoy the exercise, fresh air, and natural beauty of Bermuda. This photo represents people of Bermuda participating in a common recreational activity.
We chose this baby lizard on the railway trail because he was so small that we almost didn't see him. Sometimes beauty is right under your nose, and you may miss it if you don't look hard enough. Lizards are an important part of Bermuda's nature and wildlife.
I chose this photo because I like visiting the lighthouse with my daddy. The sun was setting on the lighthouse. When it gets dark, the lighthouse will help sailors to see. The lighthouse and signal station buildings are very old Bermuda buildings.
“Nature and Emotions” I chose this photo because the waves reflects all the feelings I’ve felt in my life - happy, upset, excitement - while it crashes into the rocks before the hurricane.
“Trail Views” I chose this photo because it represents gratitude. As my mom and I walk along the railway trail we see this Bermuda home with the lighthouse in the background - I’m always grateful that I live in Bermuda.
“Me” I chose this photo because the photo represents the funny part of myself and it reminds me not to be so serious.
I chose this picture because church is important to me. The rocks remind me that church should be the foundation of all of our lives and our island. All over Bermuda we see lots of churches so a photo of one is perfect as a Bermuda building.
I chose this picture because the ducks were cute roaming on land. They live, and thrive, and more keep appearing in my neighborhood. I had fun snapping pictures of them in different positions. They are a part of Bermuda's nature because they live outside without depending on humans for survival.
I chose this photo because it is beautiful and bright. I stood at different angles to get different results. I even jumped on a wall and probably took over 100 pictures, just before a hurricane. The picture means having strength even when a storm comes. Bermuda's buildings are concrete strong.
I chose this picture because children in Bermuda get their faces painted for almost any event! It could be at Gombey Fest, Harbour Nights, Exhibition Show, fundraisers, and Birthday Parties. To me, this photo means living a life filled with happiness. It represents the theme because they are Bermuda's children.
I love this photo because the crab was very mysterious. Just as I was curious to see him, he was to see me. He hid in the rock but he allowed me to get close enough to photograph him. This photo was captured on Horseshoe Bay and the crab was hiding in Bermuda limestone.
Over the Years, I chose this picture because, my grandfather while having dementia, his love for music is still alive. The guitar is his step-father’s and he got it handed down to him.
Morning Calls, I chose this picture because in the clouds, it shows an angry face from waking up. The shadowy trees and buildings show that it’s still night but day is coming soon.
Nightlight, I chose this picture because all the colours made me feel happy inside. The swirling of clouds shows how feelings swirl in your body. If you look closely you’ll see how the night is coming alive, with lights turning on in the houses across Bermuda.
This picture shows people working together as a team to complete a task. I chose this picture because these are people who help in the community. It means that they are doing small task that can build character. This shows how a company in Bermuda is helping to create jobs for the community.
This is the old Elliot Primary School. It was built in 1926 and is located at Jubilee Road in Devonshire. Elliot Primary School was named after Governor Charles Elliot. This building is now the home of Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation. I chose this building because it was the first school in Devonshire parish.It means a lot to me because I share some of it’s history because my nana was a past student of this school. It represents a part of Bermuda’s school history.
Harbor View I like how there’s two people sitting and the view is beautiful. I love the bit of palm tree and how the flowers are right behind the people. It’s a bunch of different layers, the park, the ocean, the houses, and the sky and clouds.
This is one of my favorite pictures because it has all of my family in it and is taken in one of my favorite spots in Bermuda, Cooper's Island. I took this photo when my family was sitting on a swing and enjoying Bermuda's sun and ocean.
I chose this photo because God made this amazing view, just like he made the beautiful people in Bermuda(and me too)
I took this picture when I was spending some time at my dad's work, King Edward's Hospital. I like that patients and staff can go down for a breath of fresh air in the beautiful Botanical Gardens with their great variety of trees and flowers as represented here.
I took this picture while staying at a local hotel. It represents the simplicity and at the same time shows the beauty of Bermuda's architecture. Pink is Bermuda's flagship color and it is well portrayed here, especially with the play of light and shadow, and the contrasting tree in front.
SUNSET - I stopped to take this photo on the way home at Darrell's Wharf. When I see sunsets like this it makes me very happy. I love living in Bermuda.
The Rise of the Palm I like the shadows and shady bits. It looks like a piece of art. The plants, the trees, and the surroundings look magical. The picture feels like home and reminds me of memories of when I was little exploring Bermuda.
I chose this photo because it represents the beautiful ocean and natural rocky landscape of Bermuda. Simple but dazzling!
My family and I were near Gibbs Hill lighthouse and I decided that this Bermuda building would make a great photo. This lighthouse has a history of helping boats and ships that are in Bermuda's waters to find their way. I liked the height of the building and learned about the number of stairs that it has. Also, I like this photo because the rust on the building shows it's history and it looks like a tower in the sky. This lighthouse is an important part of Bermuda's history.
This is my home. It may not be perfect but inside my family lives here. They mean everything to me and all thought my house needs work it’s ok. We all need a little work. I love my family!
This photo was taken at my home on Westside Road in Sandys. My family and I often see beautiful sunsets, so I decided that my home would be a great place to take a photo of this natural scene. I like this photo because the sun is reflecting light onto the surface of the water and the sunlight is a deep shade of orange that almost makes it look unreal. Also, there is a boat and a channel marker in the photo that make it look real.
My family and I went on a hayride at Wadson's Farm last Friday. It was my first hayride and I had never seen anyone drive such a big tractor. I liked the tractor that Mr Wadson was driving and decided to take a photo of him because he is a Bermuda farmer and I think that he has lots of skill in driving tractors. Also, this made me wish that I could drive one too someday.
Pretty pastels paint a perfect picture of my Bermudian Architectural Culture. The welcoming arms of the stairwell make me feel warm and cozy inside.
Stopping by someone's house before calling is becoming a lost tradition. On this day, we took a picture of my Nanna and great-uncle after a delightful pop-by. Can you see that they are siblings?
Light gives life to our natural allure. My picture is a pure example of just that. This plant brings me happiness and shows me that at the end of the day, there's still beauty to come our way.
I took this picture on a walk in Southampton. This is a building that has been poorly taken care of like lots of buildings in Bermuda today. But it still has promise.
I took this picture at Spirit House in Devonshire because I love Bermuda lizards. Lizards are everywhere in Bermuda including many in my backyard. Some tourists come here just because of it! Bermuda lizards are fascinating and very cool.
I took this picture at a Health Clinic in Devonshire. Roses are very beautiful in Bermuda and Bermuda is known for its beautiful flowers. My mother loves roses for her birthday and special occasions.
I took this picture at City Hall in Hamilton. This is a picture of my family and friends with everyone looking somewhere different. Showing that we are different but still together. My family and friends mean a lot to me.
I chose this picture because the gate is made from Bermuda trees and is like a gateway to the beautiful ocean behind it. I took this picture when we were on a family walk and reminds me of happy memories with my family.
YOU ON THE OTHER SIDE I chose this photo because it’s a reflection on yourself. I did it in my first photography class. You can turn it around and see yourself in different ways. I think it reflects people the way they are.
I chose this picture because it was a beautiful sunset right by the water. It was a beautiful piece of nature, and I love to sit outside and look at the sunset on a pretty day like this. It is one of the best days to sit outside. I think this represents the theme because it is one of the prettiest parts of nature in Bermuda. And that is one of the reasons that I love Bermuda.
DUSK - This picture is of Hamilton at dusk. I took it as I thought the city looked beautiful at this time of day.
I came across a Crane when I was with my Mom at Flatts. The Crane came looking for food and I snapped a picture right before it flew onto the dock. It was my first time seeing one so close up. I was so excited! I have chosen this photo because it was an exciting day out with my Mom and I got to get close enough to take the picture.
This photo reminds me of when my oldest cousin visited Bermuda for the first time. I had visited him in Canada several times but it was nice to have him visit me.
It's my favorite picture I have taken of a few of my best friends.
I chose this photo because it is an old building and the moss on the walls made it look pretty. There are not that many old buildings left.
This picture is of Bermuda College building. The only college in Bermuda. My mommy goes to this college to get her degree.
My mommy work at this place and i want to share it because it shows the beauty of the mother earth, from the beautiful sunshine, the trees, and my favourite dog her name is PAGET,with the natural BERMUDA HOUSE that represents the stairs,windows, and the roof. This house called Bermuda's Favourite Haunts
Did you Know some walls are made of bricks, and some are made of limestone? Well, my wall is made out of bricks and limestone. I chose this picture because it looks cool. Bermuda builders are smart builders. This wall stands tall no matter what storm hits it. My mom told me there was a saying, “Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words can never hurt me.” She said I can say bricks and stones can break bones. She explained what that means. I disagree. Words can hurt sometimes. So, just like my wall, let’s use words to help us stand tall, not hurt us.
These Sanitation workers are the best! I chose this photo because if we did not have these workers, the world would stink. They take the things that nobody wants and collect them with a smile. They burn the trash that can’t be recycled or reused in a giant furnace. That means they are willing to take the heat for us! Before I asked them to take their picture, they were working hard. They smiled and collected, which was pretty cool. Nothing seems to bother them. That makes them the best sanitation workers in Bermuda.
This Lizard is hanging on the gate between the playground and the library. He’s just watching students walk by. I chose this photo because I love nature. When I took the picture, it looked like he was posing just for me. This Lizard is acting like he’s cool as a cucumber! Nature is the best!
Brothers imitating their hero bodybuilder daddy's favorite pose! Family is everything.
Nature fighting against Human invasion of its space! Who will win?
National Sports Centre Pavillion North Field in the background of my brothers football game. Family is everything!
My favorite cousin and I posing after we played our favorite sports football! Bermuda People at its best! Family love!
For as long as I could remember this Cedar Tree has been where I've taken all my 1st Day of school pictures, my school theme Grub Days and any memorable moments my mom thought was worth of documenting with a photo. In all of those pictures the tree was completely green but today when it was my turn to document my favorite tree it put on an extra special color just for me orange and green! Can you feel the Love!
My Bermuda Building is a picture of my home which I love and share with my family. My home is warm like the Sun that's captured in my picture. Hope you can feel it!
I chose this photo because it shows where I live and the palm trees. There are palm trees all around Bermuda. Some are tall and some are short. There are Bermuda Palm Trees in Bermuda.
This photo of Hamilton Town Crier Ed represents the theme as he is very recognisable and is always at events like Harbour Nights. When we met Ed to take this photo, we chose the colourful mural for the background. The mural shows what it’s like to live in Bermuda.
Roofs on homes in Bermuda are unique because it is how we obtain our fresh water. Bermuda roofs are built with limestone slate and a stone gutter near the edge of the roof to catch the water down the pipe into our tank. I chose this photo because it represents people living safely which makes me appreciate where we live. I learned in history class that many years ago people had to gather cedar wood and palm leaves to build shelter.
The ocean is important to nature. The ocean feeds us and generates most of the oxygen we breathe. I see beautiful blue water, a huge wave and a lot of land in this picture. It makes me happy because nature is cool and if you look closely, you may see something neat.
We were driving along Trimingham Hill when and I saw the sunset and was captured by the colors. My aunt then drove to Pontoons, were I was able to capture this calm and relaxing picture. This image shows a glass like reflection with colors blending together in the sky, red and blue making purple hues. My Aunt taught me a trick to stop the camera from shaking, to hold my breath, like this breath taking picture.
I was playing on my climbing frame when I saw a small lizard - I was so excited to see as I had seen him before but I hadn’t got my camera - I picked this picture as it shows unique lizards that live in our beautiful Bermuda. It’s means beauty to me. It represents the theme with its beautiful patterns and because it’s a lizard that lives in Bermuda.
Arriving or leaving Bermuda Im always greeted with turquoise water and yellow sandy beaches. This is my picture taking off over Coopers island on a dull and cloudy October day but still the color of the water and sand are beautiful.
I saw these mushrooms when I was on a family walk at Spittal Pond. It reminded me of a little woodland village where some fairies might live.
This broken building used to be part of the Gosling family estate, it’s now part of the grounds where I live at Strawberry Hill in Paget. I chose it because the Gosling family are an important part of Bermudian History and I like looking at the building from the swimming pool.
The sun is a source of light. A sunrise is the beginning of a new day. A new day is a clean slate. The sand felt soft as I stood there taking a photo. I like the way there are Mangrove Trees on the beach. Mangroves help to give safe homes to wildlife, like crabs, fish and birds.
I chose this photo because the rocks & water are cool. It looks like the deepest cave ever that will lead to another world. Caves are fun to explore in Bermuda.
I chose this photo because it represents where we live in Bermuda which is a special place for me. The sunrise looked really cool on this day so I asked my mom if I could take a photo on her phone. This photo represents the theme nature and wildlife because it's the sun that helps plants grow and the sun is bright and allows you to see things. It also represents the ocean. I love the ocean because you can see different animals in the water.
I love this photo because of how pretty the birds look sitting on their arch. I like the Kiskadees colors, they are very beautiful, and the smaller bird is delightful also. I think it represents nature because of how the birds look peaceful as nature, often, is.
Camden House is very beautiful. I like the nature surrounding the very pretty white building. I like the shutters, they make the house look neat and sophisticated. The house stands out from the plants because of its lines and shapes that are different from the surrounding nature.
This picture shows the peace and calmness of Bermuda’s water. I took this picture while on a walk.
My name is Rome Dill and I chose this photo because I dance gombeys with this troupe. Gombey Evolution Troupe and the gombeys are a part of Bermuda culture. We danced this night for guests and they liked our performance. Everyone likes the gombeys and enjoys the music and culture.