Nicole Funk who took this photo in 2011, is hoping to now find the ladies in the photo to give them a copy of it. She’s dubbed the ladies the “Golden Girls of Qualicum Beach.” — Photo courtesy Nicole Funk

Search for the ‘Golden Girls of Qualicum Beach’

Photographer hopes to find ladies in photo from 2011

Can you positively identify these ladies?

Not to worry, they aren’t in any trouble.

Rather, these “Golden Girls of Qualicum Beach” are being sought out in the hopes of giving them this photo.

Nicole Funk of Victoria took the above photo on July 18, 2011, dubbing the four ladies Qualicum Beach’s Golden Girls (for obvious reasons).

“I enjoy taking pictures and I just remember thinking they looked so beautiful sitting together on that beach,” Funk told The NEWS. “At the time I was too shy to ask them if they wanted a copy of the picture and I didn’t know if it turned out anyways.”

After being reminded of it on her Facebook page, Funk reposted it Monday, July 24 in the hopes of finding the ladies.

“I thought it would be fun if I could give this photo to them,” she wrote on her Facebook page. “Anyone with friends or family in the area please feel free to share. I wonder if we can find them!”

— The NEWS

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