'HEARD BUT NOT SEEN' - You can always hear the chorus of frogs in Bermuda croaking to each other but you rarely ever see them! They get VERY loud at night so there must be so many of them!
I took this picture with my family and friends in beautiful Paradise Lakes, on a lazy Sunday afternoon. We got to enjoy nature and slow down to savor the ocean.
"Abandoned In The Wild" It is fascinating to see all these wild freesia flowers that bloomed around this abandoned Bermuda house in Somerset. When we saw this beautiful sight on our way to town, my dad had to park his car so I can take a picture of it, before the freesias wilt away.
I was on my way to take a picture of an old wooden Bermuda home and I stubbled on this derelict delicacy. I really liked the colours of this picture because it reminds me of the ocean, it was a really cool old house with a walking tree growing into it. This photo means a lot to me because I found this building right in my own neighbourhood. It represents the theme well because it captures the old wooden blinds that are often seen on building around our island.
Snail Bell Buffet I was going for a walk with my mom and we were looking at nature around us. This was the first snail we saw and I liked the colors. It looks like it’s munching a bell flower and it inspired the name Snail Bell Buffet.
'Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon' I chose to take this photo because it shows people enjoying a relaxing afternoon in the park. This photo reminds me of going to the park with my family to get ice-cream and having conversations about everything. I feel the theme is represented because they are enjoying the company of one another.
This is a photo of me and my mom at the beach - creating shadows. I love this photo because it shows two of my favorite things - my mom and the beach.
I call myself Nature Girl because I love being outside around nature. I was walking along the shore at Grape Bay at low tide with my Grandad when we spotted these shells. We watched the Bleeding Tooth shells moving slowly up the rocks as the tide was coming in. They were leaving trails in the sand that looked like a path for the others to follow. If you turn one over you will understand how the shells get their name. Just be sure to return the shell exactly where you found it.
I chose this photo because I liked how it was taken looking up the path to the church. To me this picture means my Bermuda family because this is where everyone in my family went to church. I think this picture represents the theme I chose because it shows a very old and beautiful Bermuda Building. I would call my picture A Path in Bermuda.
Watching the sunset this heron decided to hang out. I took a lot of pictures of him. I liked this one because a bit of the boat is in it and there is a lot of detail with the rope in the water and the clouds reflecting on the water
This is the building at Admiralty House. My mom and I went just before sunset. I wanted to get a photo of the beams of the roof as the shadows came out to play in the light. Even though the building is falling apart, things can still be beautiful in my mind.
I like this photo of this old historical building because the walls look smooth and I like the white and black colours and the lines and shapes.
I like these buildings because I like the different colours and I love the lines and shapes I can see and because it looks so grand.
I chose this picture because it looks like a fairytale land. I like the spots of colour on the beautiful tiny flowers. I love the tree in the middle because it looks like a forest over a little den.
I first saw Larry at a cave with my sisters and it is one of my lovely animals! I accidentally ripped his tail off but it grew back. Larry loves to try and find his mates and play in the sun.
I saw this beautiful building as I drove by so I took a photo of it. It is the Unfinished Church. I really like the bricks and how tall it is and the arches.
I chose this one because it is from nature and because of the shine of the light and the angle that I took. I like how the background has lots of small shells and the big one in the middle. The black ones look like blueberries
I saw these beautiful hearts drawn in the sand and I liked it. It reminds me that I love hearts and the beach and nature.
When I was at the beach my eyes noticed the chairs so I wanted to take a photo. Things looked in good shape like the soft ocean and beautiful sky.
I like this picture because I had never been here and I went and it was beautiful even though it’s not finished. I saw the big arches and said, “This is a good picture”.
Imaginary Octopus growing next to some moss. It is a tree growing!
This is my favourite photo because it reminds me of a rock city and it also makes me think of a rock skateboard park. I like the horizon line and the lines in the clouds.
I chose this photo because of its vibrant green colour and a droplet of crystal clear water frozen in time. To me, it represents hope. I am hopeful for an island where there is no pollution. The leaf is a banana leaf which is a huge part of our island-living.
Crab spider going to respin its web because a leaf fell from a branch.
On my way home I took pictures. I chose this because it looks looks tasty. Its lines and cylinder shape is interesting. I was surprise to see sugar cane growing in this area in Bermuda. This means farmers can provide food for us. It's Bermuda nature because it's a plant.
‘Super Aloe Plant’ - I took this photo of the super aloe plant. I like its green colour and its long sharp spikes. I like it because I took it close up and it is stylish.
This is a picture of a Bermuda house with a white stepped, roof I chose this photo because the white roofs reflect most of the heat and help collect fresh drinking water, it represents the theme because white roofs are a big part of Bermuda’s culture.
‘Skittle Road’ – I love this picture because I felt like I was walking in a 'Skittles' world because of all the bright colours. Bermuda buildings are always so colorful and pretty to look at and remind me of candy and rainbows.
I chose to take this photo when I was walking around Saint Georges. I liked seeing the dog in the window. Dogs are a part of many families. It reminded me of my friend Grayson’s dog.
City Hall and Arts center I always see this white building everytime we go to town to shop or to watch a movie, we always park next to it. And when in December we always visit the huge Christmas tree infront of it. My Dad told me that it is a government building where arts are also displayed. This big white building in town will always be a part of my memories with my family.
I chose this photo because I like all the different pieces and colours in the shells. I like that it is light in the middles and has shadows.
‘Rocks Around’ – I love this picture because it's has two things I love; rocks and the ocean. This reminds me of a picture frame with a beautiful view, all made by nature.
I chose to enter this photo because I love the sun shining on the building. It makes the colour brighter. I like how the pigeon stood still and looks so dark. I also like all the lines I see.
‘Skittle Road’ – I love this picture because I felt like I was walking in a 'Skittles' world because of all the bright colours. Bermuda buildings are always so colorful and pretty to look at and remind me of candy and rainbows.
I chose this photo because it shows a tree that looks both dead and alive. I think it is an interesting angle, looking up towards the top of the tree. I really like this photo because this type of tree grows all over Bermuda.
I really like this photo because I really like this fish and how it blends in with the rocks. I like the pattern on its back. I really like how clear the water is and the rocks. Rocks and fish are things I love so I was excited to take this photo.
I chose this photo because I really like how the sunlight showed colour on the string and how it really lighted up the photo behind the chimney.
It’s hard to capture my family with everyone growing in their own way this is all the girls in my family Mousie Mommy Keegan and I yes Mousie is a girl tooooo!!!!!!Cuddle time 😊😊😊🥰🥰🥰
I chose this photo because I like the way it looks and represents my family. It means love and happiness to me. I think it represents the Bermuda family theme because families are very important and they all love and encourage you no matter what. So the picture shows the love of family by an unbreakable bond.
I choose this photo because I love watching sunsets every evening, in my opinion the chimney of my neighbor's house gives a special touch to this beautiful sunset, I took this picture on Westside Road in Somerset.
This photo was taken near Ducking Stool Park, Bermuda. This is one of my favourite spot as I do fishing here with my family during summer. I feel this photo has Bermuda nature showing land, sea, sky, trees and locals people fishing from cliffs all in one. We can feel the Nature’s beauty in this spot with a beautiful sunset evening and the breeze from ocean and the scenery treat for our eyes makes us to feel the we live in a paradise.
I chose this pitcher because it shows a happy family
Every time I drive by with my mom this old Bermuda house catches my eyes for its architecture, originality and beauty, it also has a private beach!
I chose this photo because I like all the different pieces and colours in the shells. I like that it is light in the middles and has shadows.
I chose this photo because it has a very important role of Bermuda's economy and well being. It means a lot to me because when I visited Government House my dad received his 30 year long service award for the Police Service. I think it represents the Bermuda building theme because it is a very important building and it has served a lot of people.
The clouds are as huge as elephants in the sky or could be a tiger’s claw. I like how the trees and plants look dark and the sun is rising in the sky. The clouds block the sun and the colours look so bright. I took this from my bathroom window.
I chose this photo because it looks like the sun is behind the leaves and I like the yellow colors and the how you can see the hills in the background. The sunset means a nice peaceful place.
This is my dog Buddy. He is 6 years old and he reminds me of Bermuda because of his light tan fur. I chose this photo because he loves the beach This photo means a lot to me because I can remember my dog when we go away and he’s my best friend and what reminds me of Bermuda all in one.
I chose this photo as I think it stands out because the building is half-wrecked and the roof is not there anymore. I like how there are plants and the leaves are all green and there are trees growing on the inside. It makes me wonder who lived in it and what happened there before when it wasn’t half-wrecked.
I chose this photo because the picture combines two opposites mixed to make a beautiful form of art only Mother Nature can make. The thing that made me take this photo is the combo of the plants and way the rocks just are can make you say "Hey, this is a beautiful piece of Nature,". Nature has an interesting way of showing creation. It just comes out of nowhere, it just happens to be beautiful.
I love this photo of the side of a building because it has my nickname Lili. I like the building colour. I like the green plant colour and wooden blind. I like that I can see the bright colour of the house next door
I like the flower because it is bright and colourful. Its my favourite colour pink. I like the light green leaves. They match my hat. The picture makes me happy. I wish I could be the flower.
I walked into the graveyard and it reminded me that families love people even when they pass. It reminded me about my friend’s dog Snuffy who died. She was very very very playful and very runny and jumpy. Dogs are like family too. I love cuddling dogs.
The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity is my favourite building in Bermuda, I see it every day and admire the old architecture on the way to my school and back home. The building was shining from the sunset when I took this photo, It is one of the best buildings in Bermuda.
This picture of Fort Catherine shows the defence of Bermuda agenst the pirates and its other enemies. This picture fascinates me because the cannons that were once fired to blow up enemies are now historic pieces observed by the good people of Bermuda and tourists.
I love all of the Bermuda buildings, but I was so mesmerized by the houses that I decided to take this photo. I love the beautiful and bold colors of the Bermuda houses and how the white roofs match all the bright colors. I think this photo truly captures the beauty of the houses we have created.
I took a photo of these shells because I am addicted to them! I'm always looking for them and collecting them. I like looking closely at them because they are small and beautiful.
I chose this photo of my neighbor's house because I like the color of their house. I also like the trees around it and I really like the color of the sky. This photo represents the neighborhood where I am growing up and I like it here because it's quiet and safe for me and my fanily. This house represents Bermuda buildings with the white roof tops and bright, happy colors of the house we have here.
I chose this photo because it has bright and happy colors. This flower means a lot to me because it is in a pot in our yard at home. This flower represents Bermuda nature and all the beautiful colors we see in our plants all over the island. I love Bermuda and I love to live here.
I love the Bermuda sun set because it looks like fire coming through the clouds. - Luke
I chose this photo because of the mesmerizing wave. The waves splash against the rocks and the water droplets blow towards the yellow stone. The sun reflects off of the stone and looks like a bright yellow star in the night. This picture means to me after a wet and rainy day it’s relaxing to see a beautiful wave like that.
I chose this photo because the spider in it, is native to Bermuda. I really like spiders and nature and this is a beautiful combination of both. It represents the theme because spiders live outside in Bermuda’s nature and me and my auntie were enjoying the chance to capture the spider in our beautiful island home.
I chose this photo for the category of Bermuda Nature because I think it clearly shows how resilient and beautiful Nature is. A tree is growing and thriving on a rock that has fallen into the sea! I also love how it shows Bermuda’s beautiful ocean colours in the background.
I did this photo because I like the old Bermuda chimneys and the colourful Bermuda buildings. I like how the clouds are formed on one side and I like the tree right behind the chimney.
I did this photo because it has a big heart and a small heart in the rocks. I like how it has a hole with a rock sculpture in the middle of it. I like how the ocean is in it too. I want to call it, ‘Heart Maker’.
I chose this photo for the category of Bermuda Buildings because I really liked the lights and the colours from both the sunset and the buildings. I like the softness of the clouds against the structured buildings. I also think this photo represents how Bermuda is changing, growing and developing.
This photo of Commissioner’s House reminds me of Bermuda from a long time ago. I like that the grass looks like waves and reminds me of the beach.
This photo captures Bermuda nature because it has the ocean, the natives trees, and Bermuda stone. This photo gives me the feeling that I am in the water. I chose this photo because I want people to feel Bermuda nature!
I took this photo looking out to sea in St. Georges. I like the colour of the shallow water near the land and the dark blue where it is deep. The sky looks like the waves and the rocks look really cool. I like the different plants all around.
I chose this photo because the lighthouse is an amazing building. I like that the lighthouse helps the boats by shining a light so that they can see where they are going. The lighthouse is an important Bermuda building that helps the boats.
I choose this because I liked the yellow flowers, although they are small they are still beautiful
I like to visit BAMZ, look at the animals and learn something new. One day there, I noticed a local visitor, a green lizard sitting on a fake coral reef. Usually, lizards are shy and not easy to catch on the photo. This one was different. Smiled and made a pose for my photo. Thank you, lizard!
I chose this picture because it represents nature, because the tree looks like a home. I think it would be a great home for animals like birds. And if you thought it was cool, then it is for you. If you want to see it, it is at Somerset Primary School.
My Dad told me that you can take the best picture just before sunset. I took this photo in our friend's garden. For me it looks like a painting from the past, when Winslow Homer painted his watercolors. Bermuda is beautiful, not only at the "golden hour" and I am grateful to capture its beauty.
I chose this beautiful picture because it looks like a whole rainforest being split apart, showing how much damage we are doing to rainforests, and how we need to stop it. You can see all the roots and leaves, the top of the trees, and the giant trees that fell.
I like this picture because it reminds me about my sister and my friends. This picture represents the school garden because in the school garden it is a pink flower. I like this picture because it came out of my friend's garden. I chose this picture because it is beautiful.
I like this picture because it shows nature against man-made materials. The walls are yellow and brown, which are the colours of my school, Somerset Primary. I wonder what kind of plant it is? I know it is a bush. You can see the grass leaves are different than the leaves on the bush.
I chose this picture because it represents nature. It almost looks like a savanna - a kind of grassland - a little, Which I thought was cool. So I entered it so that you can see it too. I also liked how the grass looked against the rock.
I chose this yellow flower because my favorite color is yellow. I like, really like, all kinds of flowers, but especially yellow. It reminds me of summertime because they are yellow like the sun. I also like the idea that the sun is the source of energy, so this picture shows energy.
The white part of the hibiscus reminds me of my mom and the red part is me. Why I think this represents nature is because it shows a hibiscus(a flower) which is nature. This reminds me of the time my neighbor had planted hibiscus in her garden in 2019.
I chose this picture because I like the way it's bright green. And it has a unique lizard on it, and it looks way too big to be a lizard. It also has nice brown stumps. There are dark and light green leaves. It looks so nice and I love the way it looks.
I chose this picture because since it is a small flower it makes my hands look like a giant’s hand; also because it is a pretty small part of nature. It is such a lovely small piece of the world. I feel like if I were to edit it, I could make it look like I am a giant and I am holding a full size flower.
This picture reminds me of an eyeball. I like the way that it is shaped by the fence. I also really like the flower in the middle; it’s yellow, my mom’s favorite color. I like this picture because it’s by a nice view, and I like the color, and it feels like I’m in p1 being watched by the eye.
I chose this photo because it shows the fence pushing back the plants, having both mon-made and natural materials.. This picture reflects that nature is being pushed back by climate change. I also like the colorful flowers and how they stand out in a great way due to the pale leaves.
I chose this picture because I like how it looks like a giant tree in the rainforest and the little trees at the bottom and the little cavern filled with trees and rocks and the clouds in the sky make it look like it is about to rain. Also, I think birds will love it, and lizards, for a home.
I chose this daisy photo from the ones I took because I like how it looks in my hand. Also, it looks very pretty in my opinion. I also think it looks very nice when it's wet. I also really like the shadow because it helps the flower to stand out.
My picture is the pollen of a hibiscus .This is my favorite picture because it is a close up picture. It reminds me of how pretty nature can be; it tells me that we can save nature and save our earth. Every time I look at this picture I want to go outside.
I took a photo of these yellow flowers because they are tiny but gorgeous. I see them blooming all around. I also love how green my picture is will all the grass and trees.
Every morning no matter how I am feeling, I get to look outside my window and see St. George’s Harbour! It is magnificent! Plus, I can see the ferry, Endeavor boats, tall ships and even cruise ships! Not to mention, the beautiful buildings in St. George’s. I think I am quite fortunate to have this view in my backyard.
The Old State House I chose to take this photo because it is the oldest building in Bermuda. It was built in 1920. This building is important to me because it is apart of my history. It was the first building built with all lime stone. This photo represents a Bermuda building by showing the structural details that make our homes stand out.
'The Banyan Tree' I chose this picture because it shows the uniqueness of how the tree grows compared to others. This tree is one of my favorite trees to play around and climb. Nature is represented in this photo because a tree shows life and growth, wisdom, and peace.
'FAMILY TREE' - My family enjoy lots of outdoor adventures. My sister and I like climbing trees. By the time I get half way up my sister is always at the top already! She is amazing at climbing trees! We have lots of family fun together.
'WHITE ROOFS' - Bermuda is unique with it's white stepped roofs. They are beautiful and clever as they they catch the rain for us to use. This photo shows the beauty of the buildings and the beauty of Bermuda.
I chose this photo because it looks like a mini forest to me and I like the different colours and textures of the wall behind. I think this photo shows nature that we usually overlook.
I chose this photo of Bermuda's sky cause I like how all the colors fade into each other.This means perfect harmony to me. In nature everything is perfect, just wish the world was.
I chose this photo because I like the lines and shapes in it. I also like the light on the roof with the blue sky behind. This building is special to me because my dad painted it and it reminds me of my visits to England. I think it’s an interesting building.
I choose this picture because I was interested in watching the crab spider working to fix his web that was stretch across a path. I think spiders are very cool and represent nature. They work hard and can create amazing and beautiful webs that seem impossible. To me this reminds me that if I work as hard as a spider I can do the things I think are impossible.
I chose this photo cause I like how the clouds tell a story. Its look like a knight fighting a dragon. It means you have to fight for things you want in life, and never give up on your dreams. I think this photo shows that nature is the best storyteller.
I took this photo at Rockaway ferry dock, when I was with my mother and brother. I chose this photo cause I like the colors that was in the sky and how clam the water was at that time. I think it means peace and harmony. I think it represents the true beauty in nature, in how things in life blends together.
I took this picture as Spittal Pond Nature Reserve. It’s a beautiful place, it has lots of Bermuda animals living there with a ocean view. I love to walk around looking at all the wildlife and enjoy the smell of the ocean and look for spiders and skinks and all kinds of things. This is one of my favorite places. This pond is protected by Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo so Bermuda animals don’t go extinct.
I chose this picture because it captures so many elements of nature. This picture means a lot to me because it helped me to realize that there are such beautiful things in my neighborhood. Nature is a good place to help me calm down. This picture represents the theme because I had to get in nature to capture nature. I was standing on a cliff when I took the picture and was able to see water, sand, rocks, trees and grass.
Underwater Garden I captured this coral reed using go pro. It reminds me of colorful flowers like the botanical garden. I love swimming in our dock and I see them everyday, so I want to share what I see so people will know that the ocean is just as beautiful as the land.
I choose this picture because I liked how the moon looked. It is special because my mommy, TiTi and Ma was with me. I think it shows that Bermuda is beautiful even when it is dark.
I chose this photo because I thought it showed nature with the plants, water, and beautiful sunset. I see this sunset whenever I am on my way home and it is so beautiful. This shows Bermuda’s nature because you can see this sunset on Bermuda’s Railway Trail, our nature trail.
I chose this building because it looks like it is wearing a crown. I love the palm trees, flags, and the fountains in the front. The glass and lights make the building look neat and perfect, like Royalty. This is a perfect Bermuda building because it displays Bermudian Themes, Events, or Important Figures on the side.
I took this photo at Church Bay in Southampton. I chose this photo because I think it shows how lucky I am to live in a place with such blue water. This picture means fun outside. I like to explore and this picture shows all the beautiful natural things I see when I explore in Bermuda. I could see where the Longtails nest and the blue ocean when I stood on a cliff to take this picture. If I could give this picture a name it would be Blue in Nature.
"In the Gardens" This photograph is Camden at Botanical Gardens. The point of view in this photograph is the green surrounding a white house. This photograph makes me feel relaxed because it shows oxygen all around the house. I want people who see this photograph to be happy. Photography is art and memories.
"Early Riser" I wanted to capture the rocks, water and sand showing people how the early sun rays hit Elbow Beach. This photograph makes me feel peaceful. I see this view mornings when I walk before school. I hope viewers will like it. For me, photography is capturing memories.
As the days go on, the flowers start to bloom. Not only that, they burst beautiful colors like oranges, reds and pinks. This picture contrasts a beautiful flower with a green spiked bush. I love nature from the root to the tip of the flower.
What I like about this photo is that we were all together and everyone is happy. Also what I like about it is the flags in the back and the beautiful sky in the back too. It was a happy moment when I took this phone and it made me feel happy.
What I like about this photo is the grass and the rocks in the background and I like the water too. Also I like the bushes. The picture makes me feel calm and happy. There are different blues and greens in the picture. The clouds in the sky are white and amazing.
This photo is some shutters and the building color is blue. This photo makes me feel happy and calm. What I like about this photo is it is pretty cool and reminds me of the ocean and the sky too. It is so beautiful and amazing and awesome.
I chose this photo because I like the contrast of the trees against the blue sky. The trees are so tall and they stand out and make you look at them.
I chose to take a picture of this well known building in the Botanical Gardens. I like how it is made out of wooden slats and how it blends in with the nature around it.
I love this picture because Moongates are special to Bermuda and in the shape of a moon. Moongates mean love and are also in the shape of a ring, and people get married under them for good luck. This Moongate is extra special because it is in Spanish Point near where I live and has beautiful Christmas lights on it.
My theme is Bermuda roofs. People of Bermuda appreciate these roofs because this is where we get most of our drinking water. Bermuda roofs are famous based on their step like appearance and white colour. The steps on roof helps collect the rain water into our tanks. I also appreciate roofs because my dad spends a lot of time on them fixing and painting them for his job. Without these roofs, we'd get pretty thirsty!
This is my house big and strong. I have palm trees and a white buttery too. I love my house, I love it so. So pretty, so nice, oh ho ho ho. What does your house look like? 🏡
I chose this photo because lizards are very common in Bermuda as is the limestone that he's standing on. Seeing lizards makes me happy because they are cute. The lizards represents the theme because animals like lizards represent Mother Nature.
Bermuda Houses The island is beautiful because of the colourful houses. The white roofs keep the houses cool. They also have steps so when it rains the water goes into the drains and into the tank so you can have more water to drink. What colour is your house?
Window on the Ocean My family and I went to Tobacco Bay to snorkel. I found this rock window. How did it get there? I think the ocean made the hole, then the wind made it bigger. So now we have a window to look at the beautiful Bermuda ocean. Maybe you can find one too?
I chose this photo because of it's historical significance in Bermuda. I also like how this photo shows the different levels of the Unfinished Church. It represents the theme because it's one of the earliest built buildings in Bermuda that are still standing.
I picked Milkweed because it is food for Caterpillars to then turn into Butterflies. The Milkweed flowers are bright and beautiful.
I chose to take this photo because the sky at sunrise isn’t usually so red and yellow. It looks like fire with smoke streaking through. The black cloud on the right looks like a roaring dragon. My Granny and I play a game where you look at the sky and try to find different animals in the cloud shapes.
I chose this photo to remind people we need to keep Bermuda trash free. It makes me sad when I see trash on the beach. It is not good for Bermuda and endangering the reef and ocean wildlife. The picture represents our beautiful island and how we all need to do our part to keep Bermuda trash free. To protect Bermuda every day.
Raven Skye Bracewell- Age 7 I got a small digital camera when I went 5. My daddy showed me all the cool ways I could use it to remember our family trips. I like this picture because of the pretty sunset and the Bermuda flag at Spanish Point and the Bermuda flag in the wind.
I love lizards and I would love to have a lizard as a pet.
This is Dixie my dog and she is part of our family. She acts like my sister because I am an only child. I named her Dixie. I think this represents family because family is always there for you when you need help. Dixie is always there for me when I’m upset. She makes me laugh and loves to play! I can’t imagine our family without her so that is why I chose this picture for the family category. Also, she was born in Bermuda too like me!
This is a picture of my old house. I did not know it was there until I moved across the street. Now I see it every day. I love the different shapes of our old roof. Also I liked the way the sun made light and shade patterns on the roof. Bermuda’s roofs are different from any other place in the world. They are truly unique and help catch our water.
We have been learning about weather at school and I love looking at clouds and the patterns they make. Clouds make me calm, the way they move, their colours and the shapes they make. Every cloud is different in its own beautiful way. Weather is important to everything. In this one it looks like a storm is coming but it is part of life.
I chose this photo because I like the texture of the bark on the tree and the Bermuda sun shining through the leaves. To me this photo represents Bermuda’s nature. The bright blue sky, the green leaves, the very bright sun shining through the corner.
It’s rare to see a moon next to a rainbow and Bermuda has so many rare beauties that we are lucky to see daily. I am proud to be Bermudian!
I chose this photo because it was the last time I visited the beach before going back to school. The beach is one of my favorite places to visit during the summer & Play in the sand with my brother. This picture shows Bermudas natural beauty of beaches.
I choose this photo because it shows a true reflection of my family and its happiness. This photo means true happiness and love to me because I love my family. It represents Bermudian families because my family is Bermudian and represents the history of Bermuda such as the St. David's culture .
I chose this photo because this cave at Admiralty House looks like a place you can travel to another world. I like this photo because I love to explore and go on adventures and find different things. This photo represent the natural beauty of Bermuda between land and water.
I chose this picture because it has alot of nature in it. The ducks,the sky and the water. I like to feed the ducks. I think it looks good because of the stormy sky. I think the water looks calm like glass.
I chose this photo because it really popped out of all the other photos. This photo means to me that i took my time with it and made sure it was what i visioned it to be. I think it represents my theme cause it is a exactly the theme.
My theme I choose was Bermuda Nature. My picture was captured at Horseshoe Bay Beach. It was taking in the evening time while walking on the beach as the sun was setting. I choose this photo because the bright orange in the sky caught my eye. It was reflecting on the blue clear water and pink sand. I often look up into the sky as the clouds form many colors, shapes and sizes. Bermuda’s nature and scenery to me is the best! I love photography, art and creating!
I chose this photo because a wave is crashing the rocks and you can get wet if you’re close to the water. This photo means beauty to me because the water sparkles in the sun and you can find gorgeous shells that are washed up from the water. I think this photo represents the Bermuda Nature theme because it shows that wind power makes waves.
I chose this photo because you can go in the Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse to see Bermuda. This photo means an adventure to me because when I climbed up the 185 steps it was a lot. It made me feel like I was in a cave as it was a tiny and narrow space. I think this photo represents the Bermuda Building theme because visitors from around the world come and visit the Lighthouse to view the island.
This is a picture of one of Bermuda's most beautiful art of nature. A Bermuda cave is a treasure to our country and culture. Caves represent beauty .
"Master of Disguise" My photo is about this lizard blending in the trees. I took it from our backyard. The green part of its body blended with the leaves and the brown part with the branches which made it hard to spot at first. Lizards are important in nature because they keep the food chain balanced.
It was a pretty picture I took in the morning. I saw the beautiful colors of the sky with the trees and took a picture. It represents nature was a natural sunrise with the trees.
This might not be who you think of when you picture a Bermuda family but all creatures far and wide across Bermuda are part of our bigger family. These Top Shells are protected because too many were caught. It makes me happy to see the families of shells thriving in their natural rocky habitat. I took this photo at Grape Bay on a Saturday afternoon when I was exploring with my Grandad.
I was on the ferry one October morning and we were waiting for people to board at Cavello Bay. I turned around and grabbed my mom’s camera because the sunrise was so beautiful and you could see the roof outlines of the houses glowing in the early morning light. I took a lot of photographs because it was so pretty I wanted to remember it forever.
I call myself Nature Girl because I love being outside around nature. I was walking along the rocky shore at Grape Bay at low tide. I could see the Bleeding Tooth shells moving up along the rocks as the tide came in. They were leaving trails in the sand that looked like a map to follow. If you turn one over you will understand how the shell got it’s name.
The only way to see Bermuda’s true nature is to physically be there. I choose this photo because it represents a time where I was walking with my family. I stopped and looked and I never realized until this moment how beautiful Bermuda nature is in a different setting. Its setting has its own beauty to it you just have to find it. It wasn’t our blue ocean, or our pink sand, or the bright pink hibiscus plants or the bird of paradise or even a decadent garden. This photo means to me how all different nature has its own beauty.
Save the Monarch-y! I woke up one morning to find at least 5 monarch caterpillars eating these plants we planted last year! I took a lot of photos using my Dad's iPhone but this one is my most favourite. This caterpillar seems it's undecided if it will eat that flower or not.
I took this photo on a calm day, as I was strolling through my neighborhood with family: Dreamy Bermuda houses blanketed with nature and beautifully reflected in the still waters surrounding our stunning Island. It reminds me how lucky I am to live here.
I took this photo walking in my neighborhood: The natural beauty of this spot overlooking the crystal clear turquoise water. It also reminds me of the rich history of our island.
I chose the tunnel at Fort Hamilton because it is beautiful and I enjoy walking through it. The tunnels are very old and people built it for the war to protect Bermuda. The tunnels represent the theme of buildings because they are buildings built underground.
I chose this photo because it represents what my family and I like to do. My dad works a lot but when he gets the time off we do mini adventures on the islands beautiful nature walking routes. This photo captures the beauty of my new island home. I chose the Bermuda Nature theme because my photo captures the sun peaking through the trees and creating a beautiful scenery. This photo was take in the afternoon at Chaplin Bay