Fun running Two teams and two solo runners from the Oak Bay-based Engel & Volkers Victoria office took on the Oak Bay half marathon. Send your reader photos to editor@oakbaynews.com. (Engel & Volkers photo)

Reader photos: Hours old fawns, fun runners and more

From the first fawn of the season to a Friday inbox find, readers share their images of Oak Bay.


 

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Art as pretty as a picture Oak Bay photographer Britt Swoveland just couldn’t resist snapping some of the new art in town. “Such a joyful, creative piece,” she said of Busking in Town Square by Douglas Walker. Share your reader photos - email editor@oakbaynews.com. (Britt Swoveland photo)

Walbran Park allows for gorgeous views of McNeill Bay and South Oak Bay. (Keri Coles/Oak Bay News)

Brian Wawro announces the first fawn of the year in his neighbourhood. ‘This little gaffer was born in our backyard in Uplands last night (June6) and is full of life this morning,’ writes Wawro. ‘Mom and dad are protective to say the least so it’s in good hands. I hope everyone slows down as these little ones navigate their way around the neighborhood.’ (Brian Wawro photo)

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