Chris Ash’s feathery tulips.

Photo gallery: Readers find art in every corner of Oak Bay

Send your reader photos to editor@oakbaynews.com

From blooming gardens to the tiniest of wildlife, our Facebook followers showed us their vision of nature last week.

Facebook user Rose Darlington shared images of a little hummingbird guarding a nest full of eggs right outside her dining room window. While Chris Ash offered up feathery tulips and Dolores Perkins a brilliant iris. Visit us at facebook.com/OakBayNews/ or email editor@oakbaynews.com to share your visions of Oak Bay.


 

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Dolores Perkins shared this image of her iris on our Facebook page.

Facebook user Rose Darlington shared images of a little hummingbird guarding a nest full of eggs right outside her dining room window. (Rose Darlington photo)

Facebook user Rose Darlington shared images of a little hummingbird guarding a nest full of eggs right outside her dining room window. (Rose Darlington photo)

Facebook user Rose Darlington shared images of a little hummingbird guarding a nest full of eggs right outside her dining room window. (Rose Darlington photo)

Karen Skowron sent in this ‘unexpected inadvertent art’ snagged of our very own Athlone Court (Oak Bay News is on the second level) as it undergoes roofing work. (Karen Skowron photo)

Trillium hiding in Oak Bay. ‘This beauty is part of a small group that I have been checking up on for over ten years now. So far they are safe, no bulldozers or backhoes have come near them yet,’ says reader photographer Karla Thomsom.

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