This week, we received more photos from viewers showcasing beauty from all over British Columbia.
This week's audience gallery includes photos of a hummingbird feeding in Port Moody, a bison and calf in northern B.C., and a clear view of Comet NEOWISE near the Alex Fraser Bridge in Delta.
CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe says the warm, sunny weather will continue until Thursday, offering a few opportunities to catch a glimpse of the once-in-a-lifetime comet.
"NEOWISE has been getting higher in the sky as it gets closer to Earth each night so try looking for it just a couple hours after sunset (so closer to 9 pm) toward the northwest," says Wagstaffe.
No need to fret if you can't see it this week. Wagstaffe says the NEOWISE will be closest to Earth on July 22 before it slingshots back into the solar system.
Wagstaffe also says after a bit of rain on Thursday, the weather will clear again and the sunshine will be back for Friday and beyond.
Enjoy the gallery and check back weekly as we will be sharing more photos submitted by CBC listeners.
Send us your photos
The easiest way to reach us is through our new photo email: email@example.com. This email is a dedicated address just for photo submissions.
When you send your photo, be sure to include: your name, where and when the photo was taken, and a caption that tells us what's in the image. We will always give a photo credit. We won't be using heavily edited photos or photo composites.
Photos may also be used on television on CBC Vancouver News at 6 with Mike Killeen and Lien Yeung, CBC Vancouver News at 11 with Dan Burritt, and on Our Vancouver.