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Winning Images of Kid's Sight on Globe Digital cameras Contest

Last Sept, kids all over the globe were invited to enter their pictures in the Kid's Sight on Globe photo competition to help raise awareness of ecological issues while giving flourishing artists a chance to share their thoughts with the globe. The competition which was limited to photographers 17 and younger, asked newcomers to represent difficulties to the surroundings in a way that motivates their seniors to take activity.
The competition was created by IDEA (International Conversation for Environmental Action) along with the photographer and National Geographic photographer and relief Reza. Six pictures were chosen from over 4,000 records from over 90 countries.

The winning picture of the first Kid's Sight On Globe Worldwide Youth Digital cameras Contest was taken by eight-year-old Anastasya Vorobko from Saint Petersburg in Russia. Anastasya’s photograph titled “SOS” represents a bird flying over the thick pollution being produced from a manufacturer route. Anastasya has only been capturing pictures for a season but is keen to document the surroundings through photography. Upon finding out that she had won the competition, she said:
I’m so excited about winning the Children’s Eyes On Earth contest – it’s really inspired me to keep taking photographs to tell stories. I wanted to show everyone how bad the air is in our city. I see the bird in this picture as carrying a message around the world, with the hope that adults everywhere will start to care about the air that we breathe. If we don’t look after our planet, then who will?
Here are the winning images and some of the selected ones. You can see more submissions on Children's Eyes On Earth’s website.

Winning Childrens Eyes On Earth Photo

 The wining photo of the Children's Eyes on Earth International Youth Photography Contest 2012, taken by 8-year-old Russian Anastaya Vorobko
 Second prize: Emergency Exit by Juan Carlos Canales, 14 years old from Spain.
 Joint third prize went to Michael Theodric, 10, from Indonesia for "Morning at Situ Gunung".
 Joint third place went to Biana Stan, 14, from Romania for "Fields of green".
 Special prize winner Sophie Vela, 14, from France took this elegiac photo of a plastic bag caught by a gust of wind.
 Your Choice prize went to Kseniya Saberzhanova, 17, from Russia for "The last breath".
 "Peaceful co-existence' 9-year-old Darpan Basak's shot of children playing in a stream with water buffalo.
 Raghav Paul, 14, took a shot of migratory birds in India.
 "A monkey in a mini zoo", taken by 14-year-old Eugene Konopleva, from Ukraine.
 Nicholas Morreau, 16, Australia, Keeping an Eye on Things
 Sazzid Ahmed, 17 years old, Bangladesh. Grain
 Kristina bychkova, 17 years old, Italy. Animals are not things
 Mary Ann Tablante, 16 years old, Philippines. In The Dumps
Agathe Giacometti, 13, France Balade le long du courant d'Huchet
Photo Source : Photography Competitions

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