Sarah Warren

Caption:Bird's "Eye" View
Student:Sarah Warren
Grade:6
School:Farmin-Stidwell Elementary, Sandpoint
Teacher:Patsy Olin
Statement:My picture represents the wildlife in our forests. With all the tree branches around it, I thought it would be perfect for this theme.
Sarah Warren

Caption:A Look Through the Trees
Student:Sarah Warren
Grade:6
School:Farmin-Stidwell Elementary, Sandpoint
Teacher:Patsy Olin
Statement:My picture has four elements to it. First, the trees. Without the trees, this wouldn't have enough forest. Two, the water, which adds that nice extra layer to it. Three, the field, were horses roam in the summer. And four, the sky! The thing that gives this that extra splash of color.
Peyton Glover

Caption:Big World
Student:Peyton Glover
Grade:6
School:Foothills School of Arts and Sciences
Teacher:Tara Kennedy
Statement:My photograph represents nature in the city.It shows a small acorn and pebble lying on the side walk and cars behind it. it is displaying a small item in a large world can be very beautiful. an acorn is very simple and sometimes bigger is not better.
Gavriel Shapiro

Caption:The Difference
Student:Gavriel Shapiro
Grade:6
School:Foothills School of Arts and Sciences
Teacher:Tara Kennedy
Statement:In picture it shows the opposite of what we see every day where every thing man made is sharp and clear in view but the man made steel bear is in the background and hard to see.
Alexandra Swerdloff

Caption:Black branches
Student:Alexandra Swerdloff
Grade:6
School:Foothills School of Arts and Sciences
Teacher:Tara Kennedy
Statement:There aren't any forests in Boise. So how do you "look to the forest?" I took a picture of a tree in my backyard-not a forest, but still a tribute to where it came from.
Jenna Ditzel

Caption:Picture Frame
Student:Jenna Ditzel
Grade:6
School:Foothills School of Arts and Sciences
Teacher:Tara Kennedy
Statement:I chose this picture because it represents a picture of nature framed by a natural rock, and the trees make the picture.
Jenna Ditzel

Caption:Sunset of light
Student:Jenna Ditzel
Grade:6
School:Foothills School of Arts and Sciences
Teacher:Tara Kennedy
Statement:I took this picture because the sunset was so beautiful I couldn't resist. It also reminds me of my favorite color purple.
Alexis Titus

Caption:The Forest between Two Cities
Student:Alexis Titus
Grade:6
School:Meadows Valley, New Meadows
Teacher:Susan Weber
Statement:This photo relates to the theme because this picture is a piece of the beautiful forests in Idaho. I also think that this photo relates to the theme because it's a part of the forest in it's changing stage, I think this stage is the most beautiful.
Kallee Ellsworth

Caption:elephant
Student:Kallee Ellsworth
Grade:5
School:Summit Elementary, Jerome
Teacher:Lori Cottle
Statement:When I look at this photo upside down it reminds me of an elephant holding fruit but when I look to the forest there are no elephants there. Hidden in each tree is a picture hiding somewhere . Whether small, big, tall, or short there is a picture there.
Hailey Russell

Caption:Frosty Morning
Student:Hailey Russell
Grade:6
School:Grangeville Elementary Middle School
Teacher:Mr. Allen
Statement:The forest offers a variety of views and scenes, including these thistles that can be anoying sometimes but are pretty on a frosty morning!
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

     

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