Esquimalt photos sought for upcoming publication

The News asks its readers to "Show Us" your pictures

Showing off Esquimalt in all its glory is as easy as picking up a camera and snapping a few pictures.

In honour of the township’s centennial year, Victoria News invites amateur photographers to snap pictures of Esquimalt for a “Show Us Your Esquimalt” photo contest, now underway. Winning photos will be displayed at the Esquimalt Recreation Centre, May 15 to 18, and will appear in a special section of the Victoria News to be published May 16.

Contest categories include parks and recreation, historic Esquimalt, about town and people and activities.

Mail or drop off your entries by April 27 to Black Press at 818 Broughton St., or at Esquimalt’s municipal hall, 1229 Esquimalt Rd. For details, email promo@vicnews.com.

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