Photojournalist Session 1, Day 2 Elianna M

July 12, 2016 7:25 PM | Anonymous

Elianna agreed to serve as Photojournalist for Photography Day. The Photojournalist is tasked with collecting pictures of their teammates in action, but also getting some shots to present what the campers experienced during the day. You'll see that Elianna met the challenge!

She got several good pictures of her team in action, for example, here's a shot of a couple of her teammates capturing a scene that their Naturalist, Don Holland, pointed out...

And here's another of some teammates taking stock of what their Camp Assistant, Bryanna has spotted...

She showed her prowess with trees and flowers with some great shots of leaf galls and some attractive flowers...

Elianna also can catch some critters, like this robin and banana slug, with her sharp eye through the lens...

It was astounding to find that a few of the campers were able to find, focus and capture shots of the Great Horned Owl from a distance of 30 yards or so, through clusters of leaves and branches. Here's Elianna's shot.

Very well done, Photojournalist Elianna! Thank you for taking the role today. You truly were up to the task.

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