Langford resident Kevin Lintern's unique view on the new Craigflower Bridge earned him Reader Photo of the Week honours.

Gazette Reader Photo of the Week, Aug. 6/14

Kevin intern of Langford earns this week's honours

Langford resident Kevin Lintern was in View Royal recently and managed to get a great angle on the new Craigflower Bridge.

Shooting without a flash  using only the street lights as illumination, he was able to capture a very flattering image of the span linking View Royal and Saanich.

“Even though the new Craigflower Bridge is small, its design has some beautiful lines,” Lintern wrote. “I love the fact the designers decided to light it up – makes for good photos.”

If you’ve got a photo from the West Shore of people, places or things and want to share it with fellow readers, the Goldstream News Gazette can help. Every Wednesday, we publish our pick for Reader Photo of the Week. To have your photo considered for publication, simply email us a high-resolution .jpg copy to editor@goldstreamgazette.com.

Please include your name, contact information including municipality of residence, where you took the photo and what you like about the image. Entries must be received by 5 p.m. Fridays to be included for consideration for the following week’s paper.

Weekly winners will also be posted on the Gazette’s Facebook page.

Good luck!

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