Connor's Cool Coop Up of the Day Print E-mail
Written by Connor, Snowy River Campus Student, Term 2B 2013   

Hey guy and girls, Connor here!

Now what happens now is we tell you about what has happened around the SRC today and maybe yesterday if you’re lucky.

Today my expo group (2B, YAY!) managed to get on with photography, which if anyone who is reading this finds it interesting, do it. Not only do you get to be creative in what you can take a picture of, but you get to make your own story with pictures. Now this was done down on the beach at Cape Conran, the crew had heaps of fun shooting at the rock peaks and down in the water, getting their hands dirty trying to get the perfect shots and waiting for the time a crow flies over your head.

After that was more of the theory classes. 2B ended up doing their third passport class in a row, not that it is bad. Most of the time work towards the passport was productive and energetic, but others some people managed to sing to the music they were hearing and laughing about each other’s voices.

Now comes the time where I have to bid you farewell and goodbye, sorrowfully and get back to having fun down at the SRC.

Enjoy yourselves,

By Connor- Red Cliffs Secondary


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