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In-between us

March 15, 2011

by Eleanor Leonne Bennett

 

In-between us by Eleanor Leonne Bennett
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Eleanor Leonne Bennett (Flickr photostream) was the only person from the United Kingdom to place in National Geographic’s See The Bigger Picture biodiversity photography contest. She has won the Woodland Trust Nature Detectives art competition three times since the age of 11. She was a winner of the Wrexham Science Festival photo contest and took first and second place with UK Butterflies photo contest (under 16s). She was twice winner of the Big Issue Magazine‘s monthly photo competition, her photos have appeared in Splash of Red and Creative Boom Magazine, and she has had her photo “bug eyes” exhibited outside Paris, France, where the panels were displayed outside the headquarters of UNESCO to celebrate the start of the International Year of Biodiversity.

  1. alex cigale
    March 22, 2011 at 1:00 pm

    As I posted on Facebook, “If I may say so, this kid is [going to be] a star!” Beautiful work, Eleanor! More power to ya.

  2. April 4, 2011 at 11:05 pm

    I first came across her in Certain Circuits, and since then, I’ve clicked onto all the links that led me to her photography and I must say, she is brilliant.
    More such good works, Eleanor. Best wishes to you.

  1. May 9, 2011 at 3:31 pm
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