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Bobcat shutterbugs capture natural world

This past week in Mrs. Potter’s photography club at Robert F. Munroe Day School, students were challenged to capture 20+ unique images of things in nature. Making the task even more demanding, the young shutterbugs were required to take each photo employing a distinct photographical perspective. Undaunted, photography club members took to the tranquil lawns, enchanting wooded groves and other serene natural settings comprising Munroe’s secluded rural campus and snapped away with the preferred tools of the modern photography trade: smart devices. “The students got very creative!” school officials said of the picturesque results.