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The Declaration

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The trees and colorful sky are aesthetically pleasing.

Relating to beauty or refined taste; concerned with the appreciation of beauty.

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At the end of my two week painting workshop, the result was an aesthetic wonder of black and white that made my instructor speechless with pleasure.

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Angelina Wintonick, Co-Editor in Chief
Angelina Wintonick is a 17 year old senior at Colonia High School. She has lived in Colonia her whole life, from attending Pennsylvania Avenue School #27 for elementary school, to moving into junior high at Colonia Middle School, and now attends Colonia High School.  Angelina enjoys many things, from sports to movies, photography, shopping and hanging out with her friends. But most importantly, she enjoys playing volleyball, a sport she has loved since she was in third grade. Playing on the high school team here at CHS for four years, she also plays club volleyball for a national team, outside of school.  She has recently verbally committed to Saint Francis College in Brooklyn Heights. She will play volleyball there and continue her education after highschool. When she isn't playing volleyball, she enjoys hanging out with her younger sister, who is a junior at Colonia. She also enjoys reading novels along the genre of suspense and or thriller. Wintonick has been writing for the Declaration for three years, since she was a sophomore at Colonia.  

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    ShenNov 17, 2020 at 8:24 pm

    Hi there! The picture you used here is by me (taken approx. around October 2018 and uploaded to Instagram)! Please ask permission before using first! (Also, if you were not aware of this, please reply back with the site name of where you found it from!) Thank you!

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      adviserNov 18, 2020 at 10:40 am

      This photo was found on Max pixel under free photos which is why we did not ask for permission to use it. Here is the link; https://www.maxpixels.net/Aesthetic-Trees-Sky-Afterglow-Branches-Clouds-3172763. Our staff tries its best to use fair trade and label for reuse pictures. We will happily take it down if you would like or we can give you photo credit if you would prefer.

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