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The Island’s Partnership teamed up with the Isles of Scilly Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB Partnership), Isles of Scilly Travel and Samson Hill Cottage to organize a wonderful competition of photography for the summer of 2014.
This competition was held till the 31st of August, 2014 and was opened to anyone who explored the beauty and true charm of the Isles of Scilly, and archipelago in Great Britain. This competition had eight different categories and Steven Burbidge of Norwich bagged the award in the category of Scilly’s Nature and Wildlife for capturing a close up of the puffin.
Steven in on cloud nine after his success. He was in Tresco then, which is regarded as the second biggest island of Scilly, on a holiday with his wife and two children. Surprisingly, he had won this holiday to Tresco in a different photography competition held in Cornwall. While talking about his experience he said that though it was too early for the puffins to be visible but he still desired to find them. He had taken a boat to St. Agnes and was fortunate to have a view of the puffin. He had taken full advantage of the situation a captured a close up view of the puffin. His entry was highly appreciated by all and he obtained a total of 686 votes that had been conducted in the online poll. He also won a two night holiday for two at Samson Hill Cottage and also two return tickets for the boat tickets for the passenger ferry Scillonian III.
The coordinator, Amanda Pender states that the standard of the competition was so high that they have decided to send the winners of the other seven categories a token of appreciation for their effort and skill. She even said that some of the entries are being used for marketing purpose.
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Any average photographer is aware the value of a family photograph and also the significance of great timing. Kam Neth, Boise photographer, serves families with little time left together click unreplaceable family snaps before it is too late.
She operates a charity named Little Heroes in which she devotes her time to click memorable moments for families that are facing terminal illnesses. A particular June shoot, for McDade family, could not have come at a better time. 9 year old Hannah McDade was diagnosed with brain cancer 3 years ago, and only hours after the family of 4 ended their free photo session with Kam Nath, little Hannah McDade passed away.
Jordan McDade, Hannah’s step mom, stated that it was really a sad moment, but you could not be happier for her to just be in a better place. Jordan and David said that the time was really great. It was just incredible.
Jordan McDade and David McDade could not be more grateful for Little Heroes. Now, they have dozens of breathtaking snaps of the beautiful girl to cherish forever. Jordan told that they could look at these snaps and he mean really it takes them back to those moments, he could literally feel her skin on his skin and feel her breathing over their shoulder.
David said that it gave them those last memories that they would always have. It is permanent. It is something that they could have in their home and they could always remember.
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