Black Press photographers captured A Day in the Life on July 16

West Shore lifestyle one worth celebrating

A team of Black Press reporters scoured View Royal, Langford, Metchosin, Highlands and Colwood capturing moments of July 16, 2013

Welcome to our annual celebration of all that is the West Shore, from farm fun to seaside enjoyment.

On Tuesday, July 16, Goldstream News Gazette photojournalists spread across the West Shore to record moments in the lives of the people who make up its diverse communities.

From dawn to dusk, our photographers enjoyed moments in Colwood, Langford, Metchosin, Highlands and View Royal.

Our thanks to those people at work, play and engaged in various activities in between, who allowed us to shine a light on his or her role in A Day in the Life of the West Shore.

Visit our Facebook page to see a slideshow of the images.

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