Gallery

 

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Gallery 1 - 20/03/20 - A close up of a pet, person or flower.

Ella (9)
This is Cocoa, a Norwich Terrier by Ella (9), Cirencester.  
'What a cutie!  The eye is in focus and has a lovely white eye spot that livens up the photo. Claim your 10 1-SHOT! Challenge points!'
Emma (52)
My rescue cat Tallulah by Emma (52), Ashleworth.  
'Well done, Emma, on getting a pet photo with eyes in focus.  The image also fills the frame! A great 1-SHOT!'
Evie (5)
Evie (5), Cheltenham, got her camera for Christmas.  
'I can see that you are trying so hard and concentrating.  Your photo of the daffodils is really colourful and you can see all the parts inside!  You've done the 1-SHOT Challenge and got all the 10 points - fab-u-lous!'
Evie (5)
Evie (5), Cheltenham, got her camera for Christmas.
'I can see that you are trying so hard and concentrating.  Your photo of the daffodils is really colourful and you can see all the parts inside!  You've done the 1-SHOT Challenge and got all the 10 points - fab-u-lous!'
Emily (11)
Left - Emily (aged 11). I took this photograph on a walk in Oaksey, near Cirencester.  
'Emily, it's a great photo of a Peacock butterfly feeding on a Celandine flower - one of the first butterflies we see in spring.  Did you know it hibernates over winter?   It's 'eyes' are in focus - good!  Full 10 1-SHOT! points!'
Oliver (6)
This is a picture I have taken of my dog Bailey. He is 11 and he is jumpy, loud and he acts like a puppy! He always barks when there is a van, lorry or anything that goes past our house.
'Oliver, Bailey looks very happy!  You have taken a good photo because both twinkly eyes are in focus, it fills the frame and he is smiling!  Claim your 10 points for doing the 1-SHOT! Challenge so well! (Your writing is pretty cool too!)'
Ethan (14)
A good close up shot of a Daffodil, filling the frame and sharp enough to see the stigma and stamens inside the flower's trumpet. A fab spring 1-SHOT! - 10 points
Fletcher (8)
Wow, Fletcher! This shot shows how beautiful dandelions are if you look closely. This is a true 'macro' (very close up) photo showing loads of detail. 10 points are yours!
Fletcher (8)
Another good shot, Fletcher, this time of a Red Deadnettle - but don't worry, it doesn't sting! Like the way you've taken the shot from directly above. Good stuff!
Sabrina (21)
What a stunning photo of Blackthorn flowers - great sharp focus, lighting and colours! The Blackthorn flowers come out before the leaves - the opposite to the common Hawthorn. Really liking this one! 10 points!
Sabrina (21)
You have captured these Pyracantha berries very well. The colours are punchy because they are not in direct sunlight and you've managed to get close up and keep them in focus. These are good food for the birds too.
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