MyBC Photo Contest
Train Bridge Spectator - This Heron is intrigued by what is crossing the train bridge, and so I'm I. This picture is taken from the Quayside Boardwalk in New Westminster, train bridge to Queensborough. (Lynn Roxanne Quesnel)
The fish that got away - Spent a week at Bowser shooting Eagles when I managed to get this one. Even the expression is great, looking my way.... (Greg Mathews)
Harrison Hot Springs sights and scenes - We caught these crisp, sunny, photographs at Harrison Hot Springs just before all the inclement weather moved in. (Colin Soo)
Reflections - Wonderful calm waters of false creek, and reflections of light of science world and beautiful downtown Vancouver. (Gemy Bom)
True Winter - I took this photo on the way to the Okanagan just outside of Manning Park. (Tomis Havlicek)
Beautiful View of Chilko Lake - Took this on a beautiful day hiking around Chilko Lake in the Chilcotin region of BC. (Hailey Milne)
Doe at rest with mate waiting for her - These deer were beside the road when I was driving into Mile High Lake south of Kamloops. (Ted Davey)
Cultus Lake British Columbia - A beautiful Camping Trip in Cultus Lake British Columbia. (Leandra Gilmour)
Vancouver breathes a sigh of relief - Took these while experiencing my first couple months in my new home in Vancouver. (Ben Glassco)
Reflections in the Nass - Nass Valley near the Lava beds in Terrace, BC. Blazing fall colours reflecting off sand lake. I spotted the vibrant colours and had to quickly pull over and set up my tripod to capture the scene. (Tara Engdahl)
Grey squirrel stocking up for the winter - Watching the grey squirrels hiding their food among leaves in Beacon Hill Park, Victoria. This little guy was having trouble holding on to the chestnut as he descended from the tree.. (Gillian Wiggins)
Mirror mirror - A female Northern Shoveler posing, few minutes before sundown at Deer Lake Park, Burnaby. (Mike Ang of Burnaby)
Como Lake - I was fishing at the lakes and managed to catch some trout and these cool morning pics. The second one was taken after lunch with my buddies Ryan and Bill while we were out boating on the river. I'm a Locksmith by trade but I think have a bit of an eye for taking pictures... (Tony Baldwin)
First snowfall, Quesnel, 2014 - The first snowfall of the season came with more than 25 cm of snow. After two days, the clouds receded, and it was sunny again. I took a walk to the orchard at the golf course next door. The air was clean and cold, and my face began to sting. My hands were cold when I took my gloves off to take the photos. I could smell wood smoke, and ravens chased a lone eagle. A train whistled in the distance. Then, silence. And snow. (Susan Smith-Josephy of Quesnel)
Beautiful Fall Colours - Took this picture in Kitsilano while going for a walk in the park. I'm new to Vancouver, just moved from Winnipeg a couple months ago. I'm loving every moment and everything I see each day in this beautiful city!! Warm fall colours in November is amazing. (Gale Neumann of Vancouver)
Flora Peak Snow Day - This is taken from Flora Peak overlooking Chilliwack Lake and towards the States. It was a long hike up to the top on Nov. 14/14 and worth every step!
Great Blue Heron - This photo was taken at Esquimalt Lagoon of a great blue heron near the bird sanctuary. (Dallas Bridgman of Victoria)
Happy Dogs - walking Jasper and Chloe (big one) by the water treatment plant park in Penticton (Bruce Neufeld of Penticton)
Autumn at McLeese Lake - Took this picture on our way to Prince George on Thanksgiving weekend. (Valerie Berkenpas of Maple Ridge)
Purple Mask - Anna's Hummingbird at the Richmond Nature Park. Gorgeous mask colors as a result of the perfect angle of sunlight and facial feathers. (Victor Jacinto of Richmond)
End of the Day - This is where I am so lucky to live and sometimes we get a beautiful sunset like this one. (Karen Green of Ladysmith)
Fall Nights - Taken in Downtown Vancouver, Robson Square, November 2014. (Fahreen Kara of North Vancouver)
Q: What size does my photo need to be:
A: All photos must be minimum 5x7 600dpi and submitted as a jpeg or gif file. File size cannot be more than 50 MB. Original files of camera-made digital photos must be 3 megapixels or larger. Most cell phone images are not high enough quality for this contest. Please do not submit professionally taken photos.
Q: Can professional photographers enter this contest?
A: No, this contest is for amateur photographers.
All the contest details can be viewed in the official Rules & Regulations.