Photography

Happy Thanksgiving! We're thankful for these stunning photos from readers

Sunrises, deer, snails, scenes of domestic bliss and dogs – lots and lots of dogs

By Capital Daily readers
October 12, 2020
Photography

Happy Thanksgiving! We're thankful for these stunning photos from readers

Sunrises, deer, snails, scenes of domestic bliss and dogs – lots and lots of dogs

The winning photo by Kari Peterson; a multi-coloured view of Ruxton Island.
Photography

Happy Thanksgiving! We're thankful for these stunning photos from readers

Sunrises, deer, snails, scenes of domestic bliss and dogs – lots and lots of dogs

By Capital Daily readers
October 12, 2020
Happy Thanksgiving! We're thankful for these stunning photos from readers
The winning photo by Kari Peterson; a multi-coloured view of Ruxton Island.

One week ago, we asked Capital Daily readers to submit photographs of what they were thankful for. Dozens of you responded with scenes of natural beauty, domestic bliss and dogs – lots and lots of dogs. The winner, featured above, is Kari Peterson and the runner-up, featured just below, is Archer Known. Both will be receiving gift cards to Ottavio Italian Bakery and Delicatessen. Please enjoy our full gallery of featured submissions below.

The runner-up image by Archer Krown; a black and white view of Trounce Alley.
Century Sam Lake by Kyla Kaufman.
A hummingbird gets it lavender for the day by Louise Lowy.
A heron among the kelp in this image by Glenn Wainman.
Sue Ebanks captures a paraglider off Clover Point.
Muir Creek Beach by Cecile Guillemont.
A scene of cozy fall weaving by Autumn Aviva Keshet Mazzitelli.
Rutting deer battle for supremacy in Ross Bay Cemetery, by Penny Pitcher
The Songhees Trail looking particularly exotic in this image by Shayne Dyment.
Chris Miles captures a puppy watching a stand-up paddleboarder.
Saturna Island's East Point by Sara Pedersen.
A snail amid the flowers by Darlene Wyness.
Rose leaves with a perfect crown of dew drops by Barb McDougall.
A greeting in the Tofino sand that may or may not have been left by Bella the dog, pictured. Photo by Larry MacDonald.
We get a lot of pictures of sunsets. But Fabien J Cousineau got up early to snag this image of a sunrise from Cattle Point.
A misty picture of Canoe Cove Marina by John McCann.

We have many more photos! Check out our Instagram and Facebook, both of which are updated daily with new photography from around Vancouver Island.

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