Mrs MacGregor has reviewed the many stunning photographs we received on the theme of “Flowers” and has selected the below winners.

The theme for this week is “Architecture“. Entries are accepted until 4pm on Thursday 7 May and the winners will be announced here on Friday 8 May. You can enter by emailing your photograph, name and category to development@esms.org.uk or via Whatsapp to 07923 020 493.

Child Category

In First Place: This stunning photo by Ava in P6. Mrs MacGregor says “Gorgeous lily photograph. Superb lighting creating very effective tonal contrast within the composition.  Photo has been taken at an interesting angle too! Well done!”

Ava, P6

In Second Place: This wonderful image from Bonny in S1. Mrs MacGregor says “this pink tulip from above is gorgeous!”

Bonny, S1

In Third Place: This beautiful picture from Mairin in S3. Mrs MacGregor says “Really interesting photo as the petals are back lit by the sunshine and silhouetted in parts but translucent in others. Great work!”

Mairin, S3

Adult Category

In First Place: Madeline Carmichael (Stevens), MES 1963, with this fab picture. Mrs MacGregor says “Beautiful white blossom. Great composition against a bright blue sky. Well done!”

Madeline Carmichael (Stevens), MES 1963

In Second Place: This beautiful picture by Tanya McMillan, ESMS Parent. Mrs MacGregor says “Pale pink blossom detail in the glorious sunshine set against a wonderful tree structure and deep blue sky. Gorgeous.”

Tanya McMillan, ESMS Parent

In Third Place: This stunning picture from Mrs Miller, a teacher in our PE department at MES. Mrs MacGregor says “Vibrant, fuchsia pink petals of a beautiful plant in full bloom. Lovely!”

Mrs Miller, PE, MES

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