Photos wanted for A Day in the Life of Esquimalt

One of the best ways to get to know Esquimalt is to jump in the car, climb on a bike or board a bus and set out for places unknown.

One of the best ways to get to know Esquimalt is to jump in the car, climb on a bike or board a bus and set out for places previously unknown.

This month, a team of photographers will be descending upon the township for a day to capture some of the hidden gems of the area and photograph those slice-of-life moments that illustrate an average day in the lives of Esquimalt residents.

From the police starting their evening shift to an artist painting a picture at Macaulay Park, the team will try to include a cross-section of people doing what they do on a daily basis.

The public is also welcome to grab their camera and snap a few images that capture life in Esquimalt on Thursday, Aug. 18. Photos can be emailed to editor@vicnews.com. and should include the time it was taken.

 

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