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Parksville photographer wins Best in Show

Wayne Duke's image taken near French Creek was the top photo at B.C./Yukon competition

MUM FEEDING NEWBORN: This photo, taken near French Creek by Parksville’s Wayne Duke, won the Best in Show prize at the recent Celebration of Nature Photography 2015 Competition. Entries came from members of 25 clubs throughout B.C. and the Yukon. Duke’s photo also won first prize in the birds category. The 85-member Oceanside Photography Club placed third overall in the competition and Inge Rils McDonald received an honourable mention in the mammals category for her photo of a grizzly bear called ‘Chasing Salmon.’ The club, open to all who enjoy photography, meets twice a month at Ravensong in Qualicum Beach. For more information about the club, visit www.oceansidephotographers.ca.

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