Winners from Children's Eyes On Earth Photo Contest
Check out these winning snaps from the Children's Eyes On Earth International Youth Photo Contest, on display next week as part of a photo festival about environmental issues.
What are you staring at? Other winners include this photo of a gibbon taken by Esmeralda Edenberg.
They'll appear at the International Youth Photo Festival taking place in Azerbaijan in eastern Europe. Children from all of the world entered the competition and the first prize went to this photograph by eight-year-old Anastasya Vorobko from Russia.
The competition encouraged young people to express their views on social issues and the environment, using photography. For example this snap called In The Wind by 14-year-old Sophie Vela from France, shows how rubbish is polluting the environment.
Second prize went to 14-year-old Juan Carlos Canales from Spain. He's named his snap of these two birds flying Emergency Exit.
And this morning scene is by 10-year-old Michael Theodric from Indonesia in Asia.
These are the winning snaps from the Children's Eyes On Earth International Youth Photo Contest. They'll be on display next week as part of a youth photo festival raising awareness of environmental issues. These pelicans were snapped by Nicholas Morreau, 17, from Australia.
Water pollution is snapped here by 17-year-old Samuel Baylis from the UK showing a swan looking at a drink can floating in the water.