Some Responses to The Lieutenant Governor's Centennial Challenge:

 

Dear Cortney, I like this picture because it reminds me of going to the lake and I have FUN at the lake.It reminds me of walking along the water in the evening. It makes me HAPPY!!!!! - Jamie, grade 4, Warman Elementary School

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The dog on the highway in the barren, cold winter lands, with the sun burning overhead is a representation of perseverance to me.  Everyone starts out a lone beast, and that highway represents our path through life.  The sun is our life, our hope, our reason for living.  With its light, we can walk the road to see our destination in life.  Even though it light goes down and comes up, we mush move on knowing there‚ll be light for another day in the life.  No one knows where we're going, but we'll find the way there; we'll know. - Matthew, grade 11, L.P. Miller Comprehensive, Nipawin

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This is my favorite photo because it conveys a feeling of freedom.  There are no houses or roads to be seen - nothing but the horses and the water.  This picture is timeless - time doesn't move.  It captures a once-in-a-lifetime moment.  I love the way the horses are reflected in the water, and the way the water looks so clear, clean, and cool.  I find that the light coming from the sun captures the feeling of freedom.  There is also peace conveyed in this picture - all the horses are calmly standing at the edge of the water together.  The calm water also adds to this feeling.  This picture is beautiful. - DeAnna, grade 11, L.P. Miller Comprehensive, Nipawin

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It is my favorite because it illustrates how much Saskatchewan is different for everyother. There is no other province that can look like this picture at anytime of the day or anytime of the year. You can look for miles and see a building as clearly as you would in its own yard. It's wide open in Saskatchewan, no pollution, not overcrowded and a great place to live.  - Lee -- grade ll, Annaheim school

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Autumn is my favorite season in Saskatchewan.  This photograph captures what I love the most about a beautiful day in early fall.  The leaves are starting to take on their seasonal and spectacular shades of orange, yellow and red, yet the green in the mix reassures us that summer isn't quite done yet.   And best of all, that incredible backdrop of deep, deep  blue.   Our prairie skies provide a constantly changing and  ever wonderous palate of colour from morning to night, day to day, season to season.  But that rich, dark, cobalt  blue is unique to a precious, warm and  sunny day in autumn. - Colin Grewar,   host, The Afternoon Show, CBC radio

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