Dillon Robinson

Caption:Winter Wonderland
Student:Dillon Robinson
Grade:5
School:Southside Elementary School, Cocolalla
Teacher:Mrs. Barbie Hunt
Statement:This picture of a frost-covered Jack Pine tree captures the beauty of winter in North Idaho. Every needle is coated with a layer of ice which makes me realize how beautiful nature is. Forget the museum, if you want to see a great masterpiece--LOOK TO THE FOREST.
Reed Spurling

Caption:Stumped!
Student:Reed Spurling
Grade:6
School:St. Mary's School, Moscow Idaho
Teacher:Chris Lohrmann
Statement:I think it is great how the forest is not wasteful. The mulch from this stump is fertilizing the other trees growing there. Also, I'm sure that the ants love it!
Reed Spurling 2

Caption:View of the sky
Student:Reed Spurling 2
Grade:6
School:St. Mary's School, Moscow Idaho
Teacher:Chris Lohrmann
Statement:No matter where you stand in the woods, if you look up, it will seem as if you are standing in a clearing. The trees seem to lean towards the sky.
Heather Meininger

Caption:Dove resting in sunlight on Locust branch
Student:Heather Meininger
Grade:5
School:Iowa Elementary, Nampa
Teacher:Mr. Donaldson
Statement:I read about the photo contest in the Idaho press Tribune on Saturday morning. I borrowed my Dads cell phone camera and went out back to a patch of trees and photographed this small Dove resting in the morning sun.
Heather Meininger 2

Caption:Front Yard Forest
Student:Heather Meininger 2
Grade:5
School:Iowa Elementary, Nampa
Teacher:Mr. Donaldson
Statement:Beautiful trees in my front yard give a feeling of being in an Idaho Forest, right here here at home.
Brayden Allman

Caption:Along The Greenbelt
Student:Brayden Allman
Grade:5
School:Mountain view, Boise
Teacher:Jennifer Jarvis
Statement:I took this picture because it makes me think of all the beautiful trees in nature.I deiced to pick this picture out of all the pictures I took because it makes me feel like we need to keep our trees green forever.GO GREEN AND STAY GREEN AND NEVER STOP.
Adriana Hernandez

Caption:Frozen Tree
Student:AdrianaHernandez
Grade:6
School:White Pine Intermediate, Burley
Teacher:Mrs. Tanaka
Statement:Found this frozen tree this winter during an especially cold snap.
Siara Prpich

Caption:dramatic skies
Student:Siara Prpich
Grade:6
School:lakes magnet middle school, couer d alene
Teacher:stacey doerr
Statement:once youve walked through the forest and seen the woods, next you have to look to the sky
Siara Prpich 2

Caption:sunset in the forest
Student:Siara Prpich 2
Grade:6
School:lakes magnet middle school, couer d alene
Teacher:stacey doerr
Statement:i took this at sunset...in the forest
Kayla Johnson

Caption:Up In the Trees
Student:KaylaJohnson
Grade:6
School:Lakes Magnet Middle School, Coeur d' Alene
Teacher:Stacey Doerr
Statement:When I took this picture, I thought it was beautiful how the branches look like thay're swirling up to the sunlight.
KaylaJohnson 2

Caption:Sun Branches
Student:KaylaJohnson 2
Grade:6
School:Lakes Magnet Middle School, Coeur d' Alene
Teacher:Stacey Doerr
Statement:I love how the branches look like they are trying to reach the sun.
Carin Dustman-Hicks

Caption:Idaho Skyscrapers
Student:Carin Dustman-Hicks
Grade:5
School:Midvale Elementary
Teacher:Mrs. Holmes
Statement:I took this picture at my Grandpa's cabin in Warren,Idaho. When I saw our camera in our truck, I grabbed it and just walked around the forest taking pictures. This is one of my favorites.
Christopher Bridgewater

Caption:Life on the Edge of the Forest
Student:ChristopherBridgewater
Grade:5
School:Garfield Elementary, Boise
Teacher:Ms. Galaviz
Statement:When you look at the forest it seems overwhelmingly large. Therefore, it is important to notice the beauty and detail of an individual tree.


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