Okanagan lakeside. (Nathan Penner)

Votes are in for Okanagan city’s peoples’ choice photo contest

Winners of the City of Penticton photo announced.

The votes are in and the people have selected their favourite photos from the Snap Your City! Photo Contest.

Related: Vote for your favourite Penticton photo

“More than great photos, this contest really surfaced immense pride in the community,” said JoAnne Kleb, Engagement Strategist with the city in a news release announcing the choices. “Every photo received evoked a feeling or memory that is unique to living in Penticton and ties people together as a community.”

The photos will now go into the City’s database to be used on the new website and other City publications.

Related: City of Penticton wants your best photos

The photos selected were: “Early Morning Water Skiing” by Darren Asher in the sports and recreation category; “Campbell Mountain at Sunset” by Stephanie Atilano in amenities and places; “Okanagan Lakeside” by Nathan Penner in amenities and places; “Great Harvest” by Janey Volden in innovation and economy and “Early Morning Glow” by Joe Garcia in amenities and places.



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Campbell Mountain at sunset. (Stephanie Atilano)

Great harvest. (Janey Volden)

Early morning glow. (Joe Garcia)

Early morning water skiing. (Darren Asher)

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