Your Photos: A winter wonderland

The Similkameen River. Image contributed by Tara Bowie.
Image contributed by Josh Bertrand-Wollman in the Similkameen.
Just another day on a Similkameen ranch. Image contributed by Linda Marie Ross.
This Kelowna pooch is ‘in his glory’. Image contributed by Georgina Oliver.
Summerland.
Image contributed by Carolyn Jean.
Image contributed by Alysha Dawn Edwards in Kelowna.
Winter wonderland in Armstrong late last night.Image contributed by Amber Crerar.
Image contributed by Bailey Prouty in the Shuswap.
Image contributed by Aura Rivette.
Image contributed by Chandra Thompson.
Image contributed by Alyssa Wilbur.
Image contributed by Ashley Cilina Neville.
Image contributed by Candace Kuzek.
Image contributed by Chantal Walters in the Similkameen.
‘Lost half a lilac tree in Blind Bay. Hoping the rest of the trees are sturdier.’ Image contributed by Dani Gratto.
Image contributed by Debra Gauthier-Mcdonald.
Image contributed by Heidi Schelb Fackler.
A Winter wonderland in the Shuswap. Image contributed by Marie-France Beaudet.
Image contributed by Shannon Waters.
Image contributed by Trish Fayle.
The Meeuwsen triplets enjoying the snow in Salmon Arm. Image contributed by Mahalia Castricum-Meeuwsen.
Image contributed by Chantal Walters in the Similkameen.
A Winter Wonderland in Armstrong Friday morning. Image contributed by McKenzie Kroes.
Introducing Betty…Betty White!! Image contributed by Trish Fayle in the Shuswap.
‘We love the snow! First snow man for our first snow fall.’ Image contributed by Mandy Sarah in the Shuswap.
Son’s first winter experience in Salmon Arm…a whole new view. Image contributed by Melissa Schmidt.
Waiting to play in the snow-tapped. Image contributed by Ysabelle Boruta.
Image contributed by Sandi Kruger.
Image contributed by Trish Fayle.

Snow hit the Southern Interior Thursday evening and in to Friday – providing some beautiful photos.

Check out a selection of some of the photos sent to us by readers.


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