Front page of the Guardian, right now (via @olliepie). A change of photo from their earlier one.

Front page of the Guardian, right now (via @olliepie). A change of photo from their earlier one.

A superb leap, courtesy of the Wokingham Times (via @duckorange)

A superb leap, courtesy of the Wokingham Times (via @duckorange)

St Albans Review: Feet firmly on ground (via @roxley)

St Albans Review: Feet firmly on ground (via @roxley)

Chorley Guardian with textbook group leap, but only in thumbnail form (via @bobbobob)

Chorley Guardian with textbook group leap, but only in thumbnail form (via @bobbobob)

Technically, it doesn’t count as leaping if we can’t see the feet. This is otherwise a fine effort from the EDP. 
(via DaveMcinnes)

Technically, it doesn’t count as leaping if we can’t see the feet. This is otherwise a fine effort from the EDP. 

(via DaveMcinnes)

Triplets! But the Irish Times hasn’t quite got it right: one of them is a boy. Must try harder next year. (via @Digi_UK)

Triplets! But the Irish Times hasn’t quite got it right: one of them is a boy. Must try harder next year. (via @Digi_UK)

From the Lancashire Telegraph. Excellent leapage (via @carolekeating)

From the Lancashire Telegraph. Excellent leapage (via @carolekeating)

For the record…

The Platonic Ideal for an A-Level Results Day story photograph involves the following in the order named:

1) Blonde…

2) Twins…

3) Going to Oxbridge…

4) Leaping for joy…

5) Holding aloft their results…

6) …But not so high as to obscure a glimpse decolletage.

I find it also helps to imagine Derek Jameson leering, sweaty browed and panting, as he approves the layout. But that’s just me. 

The vanguard of highbrow journalism that is The Independent provides us with a tasteful triple shot

The vanguard of highbrow journalism that is The Independent provides us with a tasteful triple shot

Another from the Daily Mail. Bonus points for hugging

Another from the Daily Mail. Bonus points for hugging

A tasteful and subdued effort from the Daily Mail - apparently from the same shoot as below

A tasteful and subdued effort from the Daily Mail - apparently from the same shoot as below