Capture Langley 2014

We received many truly excellent – and creative – submissions in all six categories offered.

The submissions were so great that In no category was there complete initial agreement among judges on the outcome, but in the final analysis, we were forced to come to a consensus on the “best captures.”

Those who submitted photographs which we felt best captured Langley in each of the six categories were (click on the category to view other entries):

Action

In the Fraser, by Clara Jankowiak (Runners up: Maryalice Wood and Jodi-Lynn Nofield)

Animals

Blue Eyes, by Larissa Price (Runners up: Carmen Braun and Nick Kokic)

Humour

Double Dipping, by Annette Matthews (Runners up: Jodi-Lynn N ofield and Annette Matthews)

Kids

Bubble Joy, by Shannon Courtney Moore (Runners up: Annette Matthews and Larissa Price)

Nature

Take Off, by Cheryl Ross (Runners up: Cheryl Ross and Maryalice Wood)

Scenes

Veiew from Bedford Landing, by Vivian Jervis (Runners up: Carmen Braun and Annette Matthews)

Galleries of the various categories of photos capturing Langley are linked in the "Related to this story" section below.

Thanks to everyone for capuring some excellent views of Langley’s faces and spaces.

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