We are impressed by the high quality of the entries to our snapshot competition. Here are some of our favourites. Bibianna So Wing-ka of St Mary's Canossian College: 'The photo aims to show the dynamics of the city. Can you see the light dancing around? It not only shows the rich life of the citizens, but also reflects the fast pace of their lives. My life is energetic and forceful, too!' Her black-and-white snapshot is entitled Dancing Light. Winnie Chau Wing-yu of Tang Shiu Kin Secondary School: 'When I was small, I craved candy rather than the proper meals prepared by my mum whenever my tummy was empty. Now, whenever I come across these colourful candies, I don't need to taste them to sense their sweetness because it is imprinted on my mind. Why are memories usually sweet? That's simply because they are untouchable.' Sara Man Wing-yan of Law Ting Pong Secondary School: 'I hung a bar of chocolate high in the sky. I wanted to show that a yummy life is full of fun as well as taste. Therefore, I have Minnie Mouse stepping on Mickey Mouse while they are playing together and trying to grab the bar of chocolate.' Chan Yuen-man of United Christian College: 'Life rushes past us every day. I would like to stop and take a rest (wouldn't you?) thinking about the things that I like. Look! It's CUTE ? I mean the bear! And we shared the same thoughts, we were thinking about FOOD!!!' Michelle Wong Tsz-ying of YMCA Hioe Tjo Yoeng College: 'One day, when I went up to the roof, I was impressed by the beautiful scene in front of me. The blue sky and white clouds created a stark contrast to the aerials and old buildings. Seldom do we see such an attractive aerial view of high-rises.' Janus Li Ka-yan of Hong Kong True Light College: 'My yummy life is having a chance to appreciate nature. You don't need to go out of your way to find it because it is always around you. I took this photo from my home.'