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The 44-year old who lives in Greater Leys, Oxford, said that photography had quickly become her passion.Speaking about the image, which was taken last week, she said: “The photo of the swan was taken as the sun was setting and I loved the various tones from the water and the feathers.Welcome to the official website of the Oxford Mail Youth Football League.We are an FA Charter Standard League run entirely by volunteers whose primary aims are to provide a sound framework which enables local youth football teams to facilitate football for young people in a safe, fun, fair and competitive environment and to the highest possible standards We are proud of our history and the fact that what we are doing currently involves over 5,800 children in over 350 teams from over 70 clubs, and growing season on season in Oxfordshire and neighbouring counties.Unfortunately the U12 tournament has been cancelled as several teams have dropped out for various reasons and the remaining teams are spread across the divisions, making it uncompetitive.

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But Mr Nylander, who graduated last year with a Politics, Philosophy and Economics degree, said he felt the staff were only suspicious of him because of his skin colour.“With the image of the swan, I wanted to capture its strength, power and beauty, the black background was used to enhance the swans colours and solitude of the outside world.“I am pretty happy with the final result as it captures the emotions I wanted the viewer to see.THE winner of this week's Camera Club challenge has said she was happy with how the image came out.Oxford Mail reader Sue Carruthers' stunning photograph of a swan on a black background was chosen as the winner of the 'animal' theme.

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