Local photographer shares her love of nature

Vernon photographer Carla Hunt introduces her 2018 wildlife calendar

  • Nov. 29, 2017 6:30 a.m.

For many people, the Christmas shopping season has begun and if you’re looking for a gift with a local theme, Vernon photographer Carla Hunt has the solution.

A regular contributor to The Morning Star, Hunt has just released her 2018 Beauty in the Okanagan wildlife calendar.

The calendars are filled with Hunt’s favourite images, including a sunset shot taken during this past summer’s wildlife season.

The calendars sell for $15, plus shipping and handling, and are available at Teassential in Vernon and Quilakwa Stop ‘n Shop in Enderby. They can also be ordered by emailing Hunt at carlahuntphotography@gmail.com or through her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/carla.hunt.75

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