Green Seas Awards Show

This is the time of year for award ceremonies. Celebrities walk the red carpet, showing off their designer attire. The media is abuzz over the top candidates for each award.

After viewing the ‘Green Seas’ episode from the BBC series Blue Planet 2, the biology class was divided into groups and tasked with nominating organisms for four different categories:

  • Top Predator
  • Most Valuable Organism
  • Most Unusual Organism
  • Cleverest Creature

Check out the presentation above to see the nominees…and of course…the winners of each category (Click the ‘Full Screen Icon’ to get the full effect. Thankfully, there are no acceptance speeches.

Photo Safari: Rule of Thirds

Photo by Hannah Y.

Beginning photographers have one rule of composition…put your subject in the dead center of the photograph. In photography class, we spend a great deal of time talking about composing interesting photos. One of the most basic rules of composition is the ‘Rule of Thirds‘ which divides the image into thirds horizontally and vertically. Objects of interest are placed along one of the lines or at the intersection of lines.

Check out the photos taken by the class here.

Hidden Faces

Photo by Lily B.

Photographers see the world differently. A photograph is a small piece of the world frozen in time and place. In this project, our C-Hawk photographers were tasked with looking at the world differently…looking for faces in everyday objects.

Check out the class photos here.