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Isolation photography competition

Isolation photography competition during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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  • Lockdown Survillance By Sheryl Butler

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    Lockdown Survillance By Sheryl Butler
  • Log down By Sheryl Butler

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    Log down By Sheryl Butler
  • The Long Road Ahead by Miss Bowskill

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    The Long Road Ahead by Miss Bowskill
  • The First One I've Seen in a Long Time by Miss Hackett

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    The First One I've Seen in a Long Time by Miss Hackett
  • Golden Roses by Ebonie Year 8

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    Golden Roses by Ebonie Year 8
  • Forest Wanderer 1 by Regan Year 7

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    Forest Wanderer 1 by Regan Year 7
  • Forest Wanderer 2 by Regan Year 7

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    Forest Wanderer 2 by Regan Year 7
  • by Daisy Year 8

    Adjusting to the new way of life during lockdown and keeping in contact with the outside world

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    by Daisy Year 8
    Adjusting to the new way of life during lockdown and keeping in contact with the outside world
  • Cathedral II by Alistair Littlewood

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    Cathedral II by Alistair Littlewood
  • Abandoned by Alistair Littlewood

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    Abandoned by Alistair Littlewood
  • A walk in the woods by Kyle Year 8

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    A walk in the woods by Kyle Year 8
  • Lockdown inside -outside by Tegan Year 10

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    Lockdown inside -outside by Tegan Year 10
  • End of a beautiful day1 by Ethan Year 7

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    End of a beautiful day1 by Ethan Year 7
  • End of a beautiful day2 by Ethan Year 7

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    End of a beautiful day2 by Ethan Year 7
  • Easter time and sun setting on St Michael by Fiona formally of The Base

    The sun sets reflection reflected the window pain as a cross on this painting. Particularly appropriate as it was in Easter Sunday.

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    Easter time and sun setting on St Michael by Fiona formally of The Base
    The sun sets reflection reflected the window pain as a cross on this painting. Particularly appropriate as it was in Easter Sunday.
  • The world outside of my front door by Miss Laughton

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    The world outside of my front door by Miss Laughton
  • Reflection by Miss Summerfield

    I took this picture when dropping off groceries for my grandparents. It's strange having to keep my distance from them. Isolation can make us feel lonely, but I think we should use it as a reminder to really appreciate our loved ones.

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    Reflection by Miss Summerfield
    I took this picture when dropping off groceries for my grandparents. It's strange having to keep my distance from them. Isolation can make us feel lonely, but I think we should use it as a reminder to really appreciate our loved ones.
  • by Corinne at The Base

    ‘Not another walk, I’d rather sit here and be a flower'!

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    by Corinne at The Base
    ‘Not another walk, I’d rather sit here and be a flower'!
  • Fakeaway McMumalds by Becci at The Base

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    Fakeaway McMumalds by Becci at The Base
  • Hope by Casey Year 8

    This photo was taken while doing a litter pick in our local forest. It relates to lockdown because It represents hope, it’s dark surroundings and the flower is bright.

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    Hope by Casey Year 8
    This photo was taken while doing a litter pick in our local forest. It relates to lockdown because It represents hope, it’s dark surroundings and the flower is bright.
  • When will I see you again by Rosie Year 7

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    When will I see you again by Rosie Year 7
  • Crumbling Wall by Mrs Chaplin

    A photo of a bus stop with a crumbling wall on my daily walk.

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    Crumbling Wall by Mrs Chaplin
    A photo of a bus stop with a crumbling wall on my daily walk.
  • Precious little Ruby by Mrs Tebbett

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    Precious little Ruby by Mrs Tebbett
  • by Miss Naylor

    light will always illuminate the darkest of times

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    by Miss Naylor
    light will always illuminate the darkest of times
  • by Alexzia Year7

    My photograph represents lockdown because we get to observe nature instead of rushing around in our daily lives. There is not a spot of pollution in the air .

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    by Alexzia Year7
    My photograph represents lockdown because we get to observe nature instead of rushing around in our daily lives. There is not a spot of pollution in the air .
  • by Rosie Year 7

    Always look on the bright side of life

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    by Rosie Year 7
    Always look on the bright side of life
  • by Miss Shilton

    “What do you mean my foods sold out??”,

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    by Miss Shilton
    “What do you mean my foods sold out??”,
  • by Miss Javed

    This represents us missing our loved ones whilst in isolation and how difficult it can be. Yet we have all found a way to stay connected and we will see them again soon. We have the easy job, all we have to do is stay inside and save lives.,

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    by Miss Javed
    This represents us missing our loved ones whilst in isolation and how difficult it can be. Yet we have all found a way to stay connected and we will see them again soon. We have the easy job, all we have to do is stay inside and save lives.,
  • Yum Yum by By Becky (Parent)

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    Yum Yum by By Becky (Parent)
  • Day 30 by Stacey Year 12

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    Day 30 by Stacey Year 12
  • I want to be BEE!! by Beth (ex student)

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    I want to be BEE!! by Beth (ex student)
  • I want to be BEE!! by Beth ex student

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    I want to be BEE!! by Beth ex student
  • Closest I can get to my Nan by Daisie Haywood

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    Closest I can get to my Nan by Daisie Haywood
  • Family by Ebony Year 8

    I'm glad I'm able to spend time with my family during these tough times even though I'm feeling locked away from the rest of the world.

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    Family by Ebony Year 8
    I'm glad I'm able to spend time with my family during these tough times even though I'm feeling locked away from the rest of the world.
  • Sprouts by Mr Burns

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    Sprouts by Mr Burns
  • Local Shop by Mr Burns

    My amazing local shop, lifeline for many in the community.

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    Local Shop by Mr Burns
    My amazing local shop, lifeline for many in the community.
  • Rush Hour by Mr Burns

    Rush hour on Hucknall Road, Nottingham.

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    Rush Hour by Mr Burns
    Rush hour on Hucknall Road, Nottingham.
  • Inside-Outside by Dr Landy

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    Inside-Outside by Dr Landy
  • Spring Awakening by Mrs Robson

    I took this photo on my walk in the woods near my house

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    Spring Awakening by Mrs Robson
    I took this photo on my walk in the woods near my house
  • Lockdown walk by the Trent by Mr Rae

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    Lockdown walk by the Trent by Mr Rae
  • Pretty Flowers For Mummy by Harrison aged 4

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    Pretty Flowers For Mummy by Harrison aged 4
  • Working from home... Miss Glasby

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    Working from home... Miss Glasby
  • by Mr Snowden

    Isolation for me, partly, has been about appreciating what is on our doorstep after being given the gift of time. Taking this picture made us feel like we were the only people on the planet, combined with the realisation that the tranquility depicted here is in stark contrast to the incredibly busy, non-stop efforts of our NHS staff and other key workers that we will be eternally grateful for.

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    by Mr Snowden
    Isolation for me, partly, has been about appreciating what is on our doorstep after being given the gift of time. Taking this picture made us feel like we were the only people on the planet, combined with the realisation that the tranquility depicted here is in stark contrast to the incredibly busy, non-stop efforts of our NHS staff and other key workers that we will be eternally grateful for.
  • Magnolia by Mrs Russell

    These are the first buds on the yellow magnolia in my garden

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    Magnolia by Mrs Russell
    These are the first buds on the yellow magnolia in my garden
  • Bike Ride by Charlene Year 11

    I took this on my bike ride and it was really nice and quiet:)

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    Bike Ride by Charlene Year 11
    I took this on my bike ride and it was really nice and quiet:)
  • My Dogs by Bradley Year 11

    My dogs cheer everyone up when they see them as they are amazing dogs. They also like giving cuddles when we feel sad.

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    My Dogs by Bradley Year 11
    My dogs cheer everyone up when they see them as they are amazing dogs. They also like giving cuddles when we feel sad.
  • Spring time in the Pit Woods by Mrs Jones

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    Spring time in the Pit Woods by Mrs Jones
  • Boy in Bubble by Tiffany Year 9

    During isolation it has been hard to explain to my younger brother what is happening currently in the world. Due to isolation he has missed having his birthday party and seeing all of his friends. In my opinion, it’s as if we are all living in a bubble and that is shown within the photograph.

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    Boy in Bubble by Tiffany Year 9
    During isolation it has been hard to explain to my younger brother what is happening currently in the world. Due to isolation he has missed having his birthday party and seeing all of his friends. In my opinion, it’s as if we are all living in a bubble and that is shown within the photograph.
  • Battersea Bean- Contemplating by Mrs Jones

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    Battersea Bean- Contemplating by Mrs Jones
  • by Libby Year 8

    I believe my photograph shows how isolation can make us feel trapped and lonely, and only able to see the outer world from behind a wall. As if we’re unable to aspire and inspire.

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    by Libby Year 8
    I believe my photograph shows how isolation can make us feel trapped and lonely, and only able to see the outer world from behind a wall. As if we’re unable to aspire and inspire.
  • Time by Chelsea Year 8

    This photograph taken of our dog looking up at our Grandmother clock, reminds me of a poem my Great-grandmother had in a photo frame in her house. I think it says it all, with how the situation is at the moment." Count not your years on earth, By the setting sun, Nor by the clock,as the hours run Count them by the joy to many you have brought; By the quality of life, which you have sought."

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    Time by Chelsea Year 8
    This photograph taken of our dog looking up at our Grandmother clock, reminds me of a poem my Great-grandmother had in a photo frame in her house. I think it says it all, with how the situation is at the moment." Count not your years on earth, By the setting sun, Nor by the clock,as the hours run Count them by the joy to many you have brought; By the quality of life, which you have sought."
  • Home by Oliver Year 8

    Being at home has allowed me to stay with the ones I love.

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    Home by Oliver Year 8
    Being at home has allowed me to stay with the ones I love.
  • Daily Exercise by Kody Year 9

    I had taken this when I went for my daily exercise and I thought that it looked quite pretty.

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    Daily Exercise by Kody Year 9
    I had taken this when I went for my daily exercise and I thought that it looked quite pretty.
  • Green Shoots by Mrs Ferris

    The new seedlings in the garden are a symbol of both isolation and hope.

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    Green Shoots by Mrs Ferris
    The new seedlings in the garden are a symbol of both isolation and hope.