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We want to see your photos of Beautiful British Columbia!

Send us your photos!

Email your photos to bcphotos@cbc.ca

The northern lights over Burns Lake, B.C. (Submitted by Ryan Skinner )

The CBC News Vancouver team wants to share more audience photos of beautiful British Columbia! 

The easiest way to reach us is by sending an email to bcphotos@cbc.ca. This email is a dedicated address just for photo submissions.  

When you send your photo, be sure to include:

  • Your name
  • Where and when the photo was taken
  • A caption that tells us what's in the image

Please submit photos that are no older than a month from the date of submission. 

We will always give a photo credit. We won't be using heavily edited photos, photo composites or photos with watermarks.

We plan to share the images on our Facebook page, our Twitter feed and on our Instagram account.

Photos may also be used on television on CBC Vancouver News at 6 with Mike Killeen and Anita Bathe, CBC Vancouver News at 11 with Dan Burritt, CBC Vancouver News Saturday and Sunday with Lien Yeung, and Our Vancouver.

We hope the following images inspire you to send us your own!

A beautiful summer's day in Kitwanga with a great view of the Seven Sister's Mountain Range, as horses graze in a field. (Submitted by Bob Wall)
A family of raccoons hanging out after gathering the last of the season's cherries. (Submitted by Erick Thompson)
A chilly but stunning sunrise on the Nechako River at Cottonwood Island Park in Prince George. (Submitted by Vicki Brown )
Paragliding over Harrison Mills, B.C. (Submitted by Bill Nikolai)
Morning fog (Submitted by Paul Visosky)
Posted October 2018 (Submitted by Michael Mills )
Two eagles in the middle of Mud Bay, B.C., taken from a kayak. (Submitted by Carrie La Roue )
Smoky B.C., stay safe everyone. (David Luggi )

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