Watch for Day in the Life shooters in Parksville on Friday

This is the third Day in the Life photo essay to be published by The NEWS.

  • Jun. 10, 2014 12:00 p.m.

A team of photographers will be capturing images in Parksville this Friday, June 13 for this year’s edition of The Day in the Life.

This is the third Day in the Life photo essay to be published by The NEWS. In 2012 and 2013, The NEWS published “A Day in the Life of Qualicum  Beach” in partnership with TOSH.

The Day in the Life follows the popular format started in 1984 with the coffee table book, “A Day in the Life of Canada.”

Watch for The NEWS team of photographers capturing images of people at work and at play in the City of Parksville in a 24-hour period on Friday, June 13.

The finished product will be published in late August.

Selected images with be featured during the month of September at The MAC.

Photographers are Randy Hall, Craig Carmichael, Linda Matteson-Reynolds, Brenda Gough, Lissa Alexander, Candace Wu, John Harding and Peter McCully.

— NEWS Staff

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