Latest Submissions – High School (15-18)

Bermuda Community – I chose this photo because it captures people in a community. It means a lot to me because I took it at school while people were chilling and being natural. It represents the category very well because it shows people naturally doing what they normally do in their community.

Kaya Lambert, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photo because it captures a lot of different homes. This picture means a lot to me because it captures a lot of beautiful homes. It represents the category very well, because it shows all of the different shapes and sizes homes are in the island of Bermuda.

Kaya Lambert, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this picture because I like the different colors that were captured. This picture means a lot to me be it is beautiful. I think it represents the category very well because it captures a very good view and shows the beauty of our ecosystem on the island.

Kaya Lambert, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – I took a twist on the Bermudas community and did my personal community. Throughout covid, my group and I group have managed to stay together and keep each other safe. I feel as if my mini community is one of the best there is

Vanessa Daley, The Berkeley Institute
Bermuda Community – I chose this picture because I think this is an good example of Bermuda community especially as my team was on the football pitch.

Tyier Welch, CedarBridge
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo of a cut down cedar tree to show how they have been used by bermudians over the years. The meaning behind it is how long they have been in Bermuda and how they were cut down for houses. It can be used as an ecosystem.

Priel Minors, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – This picture is called racer's determination. I've chosen this picture to show the competitive aspect of Bermudas community, for me it shows a deeper death to our community since its not us working together as one. It represents this category because its a community event, a race between bikers.

Keijah Lee, The Berkeley Institute
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photo because it has a Bermuda house in it with the different colors of the sky. The contrast between all the colors and shades is very eye catching to me and very calm. It represents the category by having the swerving road and houses of Bermuda.

Priel Minors, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – This photo is a great example of a ecosystem because the pond in this photo.In which the geese and trees use to grow and get nutrients from.In also which the geese use to eat and grow in then which will be eaten this is a good example of a ecosystem.

Ashonee Abdullah, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photo because it well represents a Bermuda home.The house has its original white slatted roof along with the pretty pink pastel color. I think this house is really cute the way it is just set up.With the pretty flowers in the yard adds a pop of color.

Ashonee Abdullah, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Community – I chose this photo because this represents how Bermudians like to enjoy their time and can come together as a community and have fun. I chose this photo for the category because at the play ground you meet people, and can form friendships just from meeting people in your community.

Ashonee Abdullah, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo because it shows the beauty of the insects that we, Bermudians tend to overlook on a daily basis. The photo represents the category well because it brings attention to the often overlooked, smaller parts of the ecosystem and helps people to appreciate them.

Kailyn Stevens, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo because i love nature and animals in general. This photo means a lot to me because it signifies unity within a community, and how living organisms are so collective. This picture represents an Ecosystem because the group of ducks correspond with each other within the habitat.

Zhi Williams, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – I was happy to see my 6 year old cousin (Keanu) and his teammates at training. Its was a proud moment to watch my cousin play football. My picture represents the Bermuda youth sports.

Rhylee Edwards, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – This picture represents the insects you hate the most and they are also the most commonly seen insect in Bermuda. I feel ants are the start and end of ecosystem and this picture shows they can do/go anywhere

Jyier, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose this picture because it is a great representation of a bermuda home. Years ago many families used to live in this housing complex and the place is very Bermuda-like

Jyier Barnett, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – I chose to take this phott at the top of fentons drive because it makes me feel like on top of the world. This photo represents this category because it shows the small community the lives on the hill

Jyier, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – I chose this photo because it shows how beautiful the lights are at night. To me, this photo means happiness, this is where all of the magic happens, and is a popular tourist attraction which brings money. This represents the category by giving you a visualization of the heart of.

Kamaria Precious Easton, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose this picture because the houses you see in Bermuda are different from the way American houses are designed. This photo to me, means that all houses are different , none of them are going to look the same. This photo represents the uniqueness and versatility of the Bermudan homes.

Kamaria Precious Easton, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – When looking at different places in the world, we have a large access to fish and the different kinds. This photo to me represents Bermuda and its versatility in aquamarine life. It's not everyday that you see these types of fish, which is why this photo represents the Bermuda ecosystem.

Kamaria Precious Easton, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – this is a good picture that I took on Palm Sunday. This is showing the large community coming together to celebrate a special day. This is a nice shot from the back to gather a better view . I took this to capture the amount of people that came.

Nemari Matias, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo because it’s a beautiful scenery of Bermudas most famous beach, Horseshoe Bay. It also shows the ecosystem, where sea animals live and evolve. This photo reminds me of the beautiful scenery Bermuda has to offer. A very beautiful photo of Bermudas ecosystem.

Talliyah Butterfield, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photo because it shows the beautiful scenery that Bermuda has to offer while also showing the traditional houses all along Middle Road. It represents the category very well because it shows the white roof tops and multicolor houses .

Talliyah Butterfield, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – I chose this photo because it shows Bermudians together at a community event. It is a perfect representation of Bermudas community, a local football game. This shows the events that bring the community together for good and positive times that you can share with family and friends.

Talliyah Butterfield, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – This photo was chosen by me because is shows the vibrantly painted houses in my neighborhood and how the all compliment one another like the people in it. This photo represents the category by showing the homes with a beautiful scenery as well. My Neighborhood Wellington.

Shameir Somersall, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – I choose this picture because its shows a man making Bermuda roofs white and it shows how Bermuda is different from everyone else. Its nice to see dirty roofs become white again. it makes a differences on how people feel about what they are looking at.

Rhamai Rhones-Mussenden, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – I choose this photo because it shows Bermuda's unique white roofs and different colored houses. It shows there diversity of how people live because not every one lives next to different colors houses like Bermuda's does. It represents Bermuda uniqueness and tourist attrsactions.

Rhamai Rhones-Mussenden, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I've always been obsessed with taking the perfect shot of a bee. Their role in the ecosystem is vital to human life. They help pollinate the trees that give us oxygen, the fruits and vegetables that we eat, and allow many other species to co-exist.

Vanessa Daley, The Berkeley Institute
Bermuda Ecosystem – Why did I chose this photo is because it shows the natural growing banana tree in my neighbor's yard. What does this picture mean to me is that it shows a banana tree in it most natural state. How do I think the it represents it because it grow natural.

Jasmine Douglas, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – Why I chose this photo is that its a picture of a two building. What does the picture mean to me it is the building of many first. How do I think this picture represents the category of Bermuda homes is the its for those family times and happy days.

Jasmine Douglas, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I choose this picture because its has the Bermuda cedar tree that I have personal grown over the years as well as other tree I have grown. This tree is the very first tree I have grown myself so I am proud of it. Its a tree that represents Bermuda

Rhamai Rhones-Mussenden, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photo because it represents Bermuda because you can see the blue water and the limestone roofs. This picture means a lot to me because it was taken in the Parish I grew up in. It represents the category because it has multiple houses in the photo.

Marina Pimentel, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Community – Why did I chose this picture because it shows a place where the community comes together. What this picture means to me is that its place were the everyday happens. Why does this picture represent the category is that its a place where a lot of memories are made.

Jasmine Douglas, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – i chose this picture because it shows you everyone in the community sitting down relaxing as one. What the picture means to me is everyone just having good time without anyone causing no trouble. I think it represents the community because they are in the area where they stay at

Makal Robinson, cedarbridge academy
Bermuda Community – I decided to take a photo of Bermuda community. I took my picture at Cedarbridge academy it’s showing people in the community having a conversation. I took this picture because I love the community.

Shavon Hayward, Cedarbridge academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo because I thought that I had some beautiful plants in my yard and plants are part of the ecosystem.The ecosystem is very important to me because it gives us more oxygen, foods and many more.

Tyier Welch, CedarBridge
Bermuda Community – My view on this photo of this gentleman is taking his sneakers off, sitting back, resting, admiring the view, and enjoying the tranquility after an afternoon walk in his community.

Alexander Hay, Oxford Academy (Boarding School)
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo because it was one of my favourites. I was out taking pictures along the beach on Malabar Road and this rock formation struck me as a beautiful example of Bermuda's Ecosystem.

Alexander Hay, Oxford Academy (Boarding School)
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photo because it shows the different models of homes you can find in Bermuda. It means a lot to me because it shows a unique part of Bermudian culture. This photo represents the category because it shows the different color homes and well known white roofs.

Charlize' Simms-James, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this phot because it incorporates the sunset, the ocean, the clouds and a plant. This picture means a lot to me because it reminds me of peace and stillness. I think it represents the category because the picture provides a bunch of different aspects of the ecosystem.

Charlize' Simms-James, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – I chose this photo because it shows Bermudian people all together to support a sport loved by Bermudians. This photo means a lot to me because motocross is my top favorite sport to watch. I think this represents this category because there are people from all over the island together.

Charlize' Simms-James, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – My name is Alex Hay. Reflecting on 2020 made me realise it's important to stay focused on the positive. I'm an amateur at photography. I think I can easily develop a passion for it, and the beauty the camera captures. I marvel at the decadent beauty of this Bermuda home.

Alexander Hay, Oxford Academy (Boarding School)
Bermuda Ecosystem – This photo is a crab at Horseshoe bay. Shows the true beauty when nature is left alone and allows nature to have a break. Since this was taken post lockdown of covid. I was told that in the past beaches were filled with these amazing crabs. Now few are left.

Layla Kurt, Bermuda High School
Bermuda Homes – This is my take on the “(View) From My Window” challenge where you share your point of view during the trying times of Covid-19. Fortunately, I still get to see the same iconic white roofs of the Bermudian houses. With our traditional architecture still around today, Bermuda easily stands out.

Melissa Weekes, Warwick Academy
Bermuda Community – Every time I pass by this mural, I let the words “The future is in our hands!” stay in my head for a bit, because the future is (literally) in our hands. With everything going on in the world, it’s up to us to make a better future for ourselves!

Melissa Weekes, Warwick Academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose this picture because this is where I went to school and I mate some good and fake friends. This means a lot to me because I learned a lot about myself and how to read people. This represents the category cause a home is a place you visit.

Nyirah Williams, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – I choose this photo because I love football and I think it’s a great example of Bermuda community.This picture means a lot because I use to play for St.David’s football team.It represents this category because the youths are enjoying their surroundings

Xyini Douglas, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Community – This photo is entitled "Classy Cut". First opened in 1969, Malcom's Barber shop has been serving the community for over 50 years! Over that time it has had to adapt to change, masks must now be worn. Malcom's Barber Shop is a treasure in the St. Georges community.

Micah Straw II, The Berkeley Institute
Bermuda Homes – I call this photo "Through the Leaves". I decided to show myself in this photo, and I love history so it had to be historical. In order to get the angle just right I had to climb a tree. This is a beautiful historically rich Bermuda home!

Micah Straw II, The Berkeley Institute
Bermuda Homes – This is the Settlers Cottage. This picture shows me that Bermudians have come a long way in the way our houses are built. This represent Bermuda houses because its what paved the way for the houses of today. Everything has a beginning and this is ours.

Keijah lee, The Berkeley Institute
Bermuda Ecosystem – I call this photo "In Between". This is a photo of a crab, and it perfectly incapsulates ecosystem. The crab is interacting with its environment, and you can even see some trash left behind by humans. This shows that humans have an impact in every animals environment and ecosystem.

Micah Straw II, The Berkeley Institute
Bermuda Ecosystem – I choose this photo because of the bright colours and beauty of the Adenium obesum (Desert Rose). This photo of the flower shines a light on the dark matters of 2020 and it helps me to remember peaceful and calmer days. It represent how the Bermuda ecosystem is still thriving.

Sarah Cross, Warwick Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – This picture is called lizards paradise. I've chosen this picture because it shows the beauty of a lizard in its habitat. I think this greatly expresses the Bermuda Ecosystem, it shows a lizard trying to blend into its environment with its menacing gaze, Firm and still.

keijah lee, The Berkeley Institute
Bermuda Homes – i chose this photo becuase its beautiful and its right next to the water and its like sunset and how bermuda homes are so colorful .This picture means to me that bermuda has a lot of amazing colors . It represents how beautiful and cute the homes are.

Shakira Benjamin- Dill, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I had taken this photo one day down east… what this photo Shows is how Beautiful Bermuda and its ecosystems are… the amount of little critters living in the trees in this pictures and the life in the sea the sun is glistening off of

Jaizae Smith, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – I took this photo during a dark and raining day… even though it is dark and gloomy the beautiful white roofs of Bermuda still stand out… this represents this category because it is showing the Bermuda homes

Jaizae Smith, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Community – I choose this photo of my school community after the bell rings because it captures everything that everyone is doing while they make their way out the school building… it represents this category because my school is a type of community

Jaizae Smith, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Community – I chose this photo as it shows the community of rugby players during an All Star game where each Bermuda high school rugby team united to create each team. It is one of the few sport photos that I have taken. This is a community in each high school.

Susana Guerreiro, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – This photo was taken on my first whale watching experience and it represents the category as one of Bermuda’s main ecosystems is the ocean. Although it is of whales it still represents the other aquatic species in Bermuda.

Susana Guerreiro, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – I have chosen this photo as although it appears to be a modern home it is actually over 100 years old and includes traditional Bermudian architecture. It shows the aging of an exterior house style mixed with the evolving modern color block.

Susana Guerreiro, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Community – The point of view in this photograph is Somerset Bridge and Western Stars playing a game of cricket on a hot summer day of 2020. The batsman of Somerset Bridge(Sharye Tavares) hit a six. This is one of the many pictures of Bermuda's community. unfortunately western stars won this game

Sarazunte Trott, Cedarbridge academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – why I chose this picture is because it is about the natural banana tree. in its natural habitat in my neighbor's yard. it means that there are still many banana trees in Bermuda. How I think that this picture represents the category is because you can find it in nature.

Jasmine, Cedarbridge academy
Bermuda Homes – why I chose this picture because it shows Bermudian homes. It shows the foundation of memories of happy times. Why do I think that my picture represents the Bermuda homes category? Is that its a picture of some Bermuda houses the is the building the storages memories.

Jasmine, Cedarbridge academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this picture because that flower belongs to my nana and it took her a long time to grow them so be so beautiful. This picture means lots cause it belongs to my nana. I think it represents this category cause it's a picture of something in the ecosystem

Nyirah Williams, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – Why I chose this picture for the Bermuda community. Is that is the place where the community can come together like for the Christmas parade and the 24th of May parade. It is the center of the community can come together, peace. Why I think it is in this category.

Jasmine, Cedarbridge academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo because i think it describes Bermuda's eco system.it represents the category i chose because its a picture of a broom and a trash can and a clean court yard which means that the trash has been cleaned up and the area is tidy and clean.

Adonai bolin, cedarbridge
Bermuda Community – I chose this picture because it shows the community coming together to clean up Bermuda's beaches. This means a lot to me because I love seeing people get together to clean the beaches for the sea animals health. It represents the category because it shows the community coming together.

Nyirah Williams, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photo because i think it describes housing system.it represents the category i chose because its a picture of beautiful trees and in the background lies some fantastic houses in the Devonshire area and its sunny outside which makes it more beautiful and fascinating to watch

Adonai bolin, cedarbridge
Bermuda Community – I chose this photo because i think it describes Bermuda's community .it represents the category i chose because its a picture of a long tree and a clear view of beautiful bermuda and showing what a beautiful place we live in and our community

Adonai bolin, cedarbridge
Bermuda Ecosystem – Because it shows how beautiful and wonderful Bermuda's ecosystem is. To me means the air and plants are bright and colorful. they are adapted to survive in the economy. How I think it represents the category with its shinny bright colors and wonderful smell and fragrance.

Chioke White, Cedarbridge
Bermuda Ecosystem – Southlands, Thursday morning, 9:30 am, summertime. The perfect time because there wasn’t anybody around yet. Here, I was able to catch the sun hitting the ocean just right! There was also a man-made structure to keep people (who know about the beautiful, little hideaway) safe while enjoying the view.

Melissa Weekes, Warwick Academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose photo because its a old beautiful Bermuda house, it shows what they use to look like. What it means to me is that strong man and women work hard to make the house. How I think it represents the category is small but mighty.

Chioke White, Cedarbridge
Bermuda Homes – I took his photograph sitting on my porch taking in the cool November breeze. The Bermuda homes are very unique because all of them have white rooves which are used to put fresh water in our tanks when it rains. This photo represents this category because its multiple Bermuda homes.

Sarazunte Trott, Cedarbridge academy
Bermuda Community – I chose these photo because it is a good representation of Bermuda community. It means to that are community is very small and we stay together at all times, and care for one other. its a good representation of the category its showing a small community.

Chioke White, Cedarbridge
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo of this northern bird because its a very interesting bird and its very common in Bermuda. This bird doesn't really mean a lot to me but i love animals so i had to snap a picture of this beauty.

Xyini Douglas, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I wanted this photograph to tell people about wild bees and how they have to survive to make food and i also wanted people to image how beautiful the wild life is in Bermuda. This photograph also showed me that not just any old photo would be a nice one.

Sarazunte Trott, Cedarbridge academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photo of my house because it means a lot to me. I have grew up in this house and have a lot of memories with my family in this house. This photo represents this category because it shows the white roofs and beautiful colors.

Xyini Douglas, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Community – This picture was taken at CedarBridge. I didn’t know what category to choose out of the three so one day I saw this Beautiful view and took this. I’m so in love and proud of it and I tried my best I really hope you guys like it the best.

Daiquan Trott, CedarBridge
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photo because it represents the beauty of Bermuda's homes, and the ubiquity of the white roofs. The photo means a lot to me, as Bermuda has been my home for my whole life. It represents Bermuda homes as the photo shows thousands of Bermuda homes. Thank You!

Nicholas Bonanno, Somersfield Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – This was taken at Blue Hole Park.

Shanya Simmons, Warwick Academy
Bermuda Homes – This photo was chosen because I wanted to capture our significant bermudian white rooftops. It was taken from the lighthouse in St. Davids showing the homes from a different perspective.

Shanya Simmons, Warwick Academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose photo because it is the representation of homes in Bermuda. To me it shows some of the basic features of our houses, but the picture also shows how our houses are uniquely designed and built.

Mason Swan, Mount Saint Agnes Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo because Spittal Pond is an important ecosystem in Bermuda. To me this photo shows that we have reigns here were animals can thrive. It represents the category because it is an important part of the Bermudian ecosystem and is one of the few bodies of freshwater.

Mason Swan, Mount Saint Agnes Academy
Bermuda Community – I chose this photo because I felt it was a good example of communities in Bermuda. For me, this is something that I enjoy watching at times in my neighborhood. It represents the life and an important livelihood in St. David’s and a pastime for many.

Mason Swan, Mount Saint Agnes Academy
Bermuda Community – I chose this photo because it is showing the community and business starting back up and recovering like our local fishing industry.

Tommy Marshall, Warwick
Bermuda Homes – I hope that when people see this artwork they can remember how unique our island Bermuda is and will be able to see the natural beauty that she holds. I choose this photo because it shows off the interesting architecture of Bermudian Homes and their high-spirited colours.

Sarah Cross, Warwick Academy
Bermuda Community – I chose this photo because I was happy to show my 6 year old cousin (Keanu) and his teammates training at Sandys Community Field. This photo warms my heart seeing my little cousin at play. It’s always a proud moment watching my young cousin doing something he loves. Youth sports.

Rhylee Edwards, CedarBridge Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – The reason why I chose this photo of trees at Botanical Park is that it’s a reserve for others to relax and be calm. For me, the trees mean that we have shelter from rain and protection. This best represents this category well because it shows the beauty of nature.

Chrishante' Dill, Mount Saint Agnes Academy
Bermuda Homes – The reason why I chose this photo of homes is that it shows our history. For me, the homes have a unique structure in comparison to the architectural designs from around the world. I think this picture best represents this category well because we still use this unique structure today.

Chrishante' Dill, Mount Saint Agnes Academy
Bermuda Homes – For me, this photograph is a moment in time when the sun was at a perfect angle to create the contrasting lines on this home. I also love how the plants work as a frame to highlight the clear blue sky and the salmon colored house. Hope they don't sue:)

D'Angele Symonds, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – The reason why I choose this photo of a church is that it represents us being closer to God. For me the church is a symbol of us being united in our faith. The church is an important part of the community, providing support , guidance and love for everyone.

Chrishante' Dill, Mount Saint Agnes Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose to photograph a flower in my backyard after a storm because the light was so beautiful and the water droplets had not yet evaporated. This flower is called a hibiscus, a species that was naturalized in Bermuda, part of the large collection of flowers in Bermuda's ecosystem.

Dabney Reed, Somersfield Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I wanted my photograph to bring awareness to the various organisms in Bermuda. The black mangrove is home to hundreds of different species. I love this photo because of the details presented in the trees; it reminds me of one of my favorite Bermudian events the Palm Sunday walk .

D'Angele Symonds, Cedarbridge Academy
Bermuda Community – This photograph shows members of the community coming to look at Horseshoe Bay as Hurricane Epsilon neared Bermuda. It represents the Bermudian community because it is in the challenges of Covid-19 and an very active hurricane season that the community came together to tackle the obstacles 2020 has brought.

Jacques Stefani, Somersfield Academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photograph of a blue house next to Somerset Bridge because it represents Bermudian houses which are often next to or near the ocean. It also reminds us that we live in an amazing place and that we should be grateful for the beauty of our immediate surroundings.

Jacques Stefani, Somersfield Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photograph of a turtle because it represents Bermuda's beautiful and diverse marine ecosystem and enables us to see the beauty of nature even during this difficult and challenging year that we have faced.

Jacques Stefani, Somersfield Academy
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Eloise Emelia Smith, Bermuda Institute
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo because I still can't believe I was able to capture such an amazing creature while on one of my after-school walks. After a long day of stress, it was so nice to see the turtle gliding in the water. I think it perfectly represents the Bermuda

Christina De Kock, BHS
Bermuda Ecosystem – The image chose is of a newly bloomed hibiscus flower from spring of 2019. It represents the natural beauty that Bermuda produces in its ecosystem. The hibiscus flower is very common to the island, it can be used for tea, medicine, and decoration. No other way to capture Bermuda's flora.

Sylas Young, Bermuda Institute of SDA
Bermuda Ecosystem – I think this picture encompasses Bermuda’s rich ecosystems because there are so many animals in the picture. There is a spotted eagle ray, little minos, a sea cucumber, coral and a remora. I think the harmonious relationship between the animals coexisting is also similar to Bermuda’s community. It’s very peaceful.

Hailey O’Donnell, BHS
Bermuda Homes – I chose this picture because the contrast between house and sky made the picture stand out. It showcased Bermuda’s unique architecture (shudders, chimney, white roof & buttery roof) and the balance between nature and buildings in Bermuda which is shown with the clear blue sky, plants and house.

Hailey O’Donnell, BHS
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photo because I think it represents the category Bermuda Homes well. To me, this photo represents how straightforward something seems but the actual fact is that goal are further away than we might think. I think it represents the category Bermuda homes well because of the landscape.

Sofie Schrum, BHS
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photo because I think it represents what a typical Bermuda house looks like in terms of architecture. What this photo means to me: the white roofs, slabs of limestone that make up the house itself, and the green that surrounds it reminds me of home and Bermuda.

Jasmine Douglas, Bermuda High School
Bermuda Community – This photo is a very meaningful photo to me as it shows the many things that have happened in 2020. You have the Black Lives Matter demonstration around Hamilton with multiple people wearing masks for Covid-19. I think this photo depicts exactly how Bermuda has come together during this time.

Kian Mooney, Saltus Grammar School
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo because it perfectly represents both the ecosystem of Bermuda and my own interets. I love seeing turtles in the wild here and this was definitely one of my dream shots. The Bermuda ecosystem is represented by many incredible animals and turtles are one of the best.

Kian Mooney, Saltus Grammar School
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo because I love the sea and free diving. I think this photo to me just shows off a different perspective that is not always seen. It represents a very delicate and beautiful underwater ecosystem in Bermuda which is home to the majority of our marine wildlife.

Tommy Marshall, Warwick
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo because it was one of my first photos taken. To me this photo means the beginning of photography for me. It represents Bermuda Ecosystem because it is an closeup of a Grey heron.

Christopher Raymond, Mount Saint Agnes Academy
Bermuda Homes – I chose this photo because it is a beautiful picture of the town of St. George's. To me this photo means beauty. It represents Bermuda Homes because it over looks the spectacular town.

Christopher Raymond, Mount Saint Agnes Academy
Bermuda Community – I chose this photo because schools are the heart of communities. To me this photo means safety and security that schools provide. My photo represents Bermuda Community because communities need to be safe and reliable just like school lockers.

Christopher Raymond, Mount Saint Agnes Academy
Bermuda Ecosystem – I chose this photo of an Eastern Bluebird I found whilst hiking because I was in awe of its beautiful colours, and it made me work for the photo. I love this photo because it serves as a reminder to save these beautiful birds and their part in the ecosystem.

Sebastian Grob, Saltus Grammar School
Bermuda Community – The clocktower was always a fun place as a child, so I wanted to show this photo. This photo is quite nostalgic, as I took it end of 2019, when everything was normal. The tower is a place for people to gather, enjoy and learn about Bermuda.

Lila McHugh, BHS
Bermuda Ecosystem – Bermuda is known for beach landscapes or old buildings. So, for the theme ecosystem, I wanted to put in one of my more closely focused photos. I love this photo because I used a crystal ball to bend the center, and magnify the sand to make it appear more abstract.

Lila McHugh, BHS